Spread the Word:
is asking for your help! Please pass along your
newsletter to a friend to help get the word out about the
program activities and need for volunteers.
Community Gardens are up and
running, garden boxes are our newest
addition to accommodate handicapped
volunteers. Special thanks to our two
volunteer leaders Edward Wilkerson and
Bill Kocher who have spent hours keeping
the two gardens in ship shape so
community volunteers can serve.
VISTA, Alina Hopkins, who has received
donations from Elite Gas Field Services,
to assist with supplies and her
volunteer service while engaging youth
and ASAP volunteers.
Save the Date: RSVP to
40th Annual Volunteer
Gateway Clipper Princess on
September 26, 2013. Boarding
scheduled in Wellsburg, WV.
Look for invitation in August.
Look for VISTA, Alina Hopkins, on
Comcast Newsmakers during the month of
July. Our segments can be seen on
Comcast’s HLN station at :25 and :55
past the hour. Many thanks to Comcast
for their generosity which enables us to
speak about RSVP and The After School
Adventures Program. Click above on
image to learn about ASAP.
City of Follansbee
Chamber of Commerce has set up Disaster
Relief Fund and has adopted The Barrett
Family from Newcastle, Oklahoma.
All contributions welcome
great and small! Click above image to
get more information about up-coming
ASAP has been very busy! Read
RSVP State Wide:
Thank you, CNCS State Program
Specialist, Karlisa E. Bradley,
for sharing your Monthly Report
for West Virginia Projects. We
appreciate all you do.
to view report.
April 1 - Yearly Registration)
Register your Kroger Plus Card
online to help RSVP.
Kroger - Community - Community
If you need help call
304.527.3410 and we’ll walk you
through. Select Ohio, enroll at
the store you shop and select
Charity Organization Name:
BROOKE COUNTY COMMITTEE ON AGING
83852 (No Computer? Call
the office and we’ll send you a
barcode to contribute)
Just need to use your card to
contribute! IT’S EASY!
Must Re-Enroll April 1 to
continue earning rewards for
RSVP. Please call the office;
we’ll register for you if you
need assistance! VERY
IMPORTANT TO RSVP! Thank
online at iGive to help RSVP 26% goes
to RSVP with tax deduction.
needs your assistance,
please drop off your receipts at the
RSVP office or your local Smith Oil
dealer and RSVP will receive 1% of your
and help your RSVP fundraise. Drop off
your used ink cartridges and cell phones
at your local RSVP office.
Brightwood Center and HealthSouth are
offering a presentation on Stroke
Prevention, Wednesday, June 26, 2013
from 2PM to 4PM in the Fiesta Dining
Brooke-Hancock Nutrition is looking for
a volunteer, Mon thru Fri, at The
Greater Weirton Senior Center. Please
call 304.527.3410. One hour per day!
assistance is needed on Friday evenings
AARP is needing volunteer to assist with
the Driver's Safety Program.
Mario DiPaolo, Cheryl Kondik, Rev. Scott
Thayer, Nora White, and Sherry Wilson.
Volunteer Assistant(s): Tiffany
Bright, Danielle Curtis, Christopher
Cutri, and Ronald Slaughter II.
Jim Brooks, Alina Hopkins, Shari Dami,
Helen Moren, and Becky Atkinson.
Pauline R. Boring from Wheeling, WV is
RSVP's newest staff member. She is the
Marshall County ASAP Coordinator. She
will be recruiting volunteers and
working with RSVP's VISTA in Marshall
County, April M. Gould of NY. Welcome,
and best wishes in your new position.
If you are interested in volunteering
please contact her at 304.905.0673 or
RSVP Director, Angela Kocher visits Iona
McColloch and Brent Weimer as they
volunteer for Central Blood Bank. Also
thanks to Emma Kay Weimer who also
RSVP volunteers who assisted with City
of Follansbee beautification project.
Volunteers were: Hank Vincent, Mark
Wagner, Josephine Patrone, Rae Tate,
Anne E. Berardi, Antoinette Wilkerson,
and pictured right, Cathy Anderson.
Recruitment Results for
April and May
United Way VISTA A.
WSC, Shari Dami
Please be sure to remind
your volunteer recruits to give your
name as recruiter at time of their
registration. Thank you to all
participants who have assisted RSVP in
months of April and May with volunteer
referrals. We appreciate your hard work
and dedication; please keep up the good
Weirton Medical Center is
required to complete a Community Health
Needs Assessment as part of the
requirements of the IRS 990 form as a
tax exempt hospital. The CHNA is
prepared on behalf of Weirton Medical
Center (Hospital), and focuses on areas
in, and surrounding, Weirton, West
Virginia. The study considers services
offered by hospitals in the area,
population trends, socio-economic
demographics and the region’s overall
sufficiency of healthcare providers in
the community. The study included data
obtain from numerous health
organizations as well as interviews with
community leaders, hospital staff and
the Hospital’s Board of Directors. This
information is being used to determine
the Community’s future health needs.
We ask you to take 10 minutes to
complete the survey below to help
Weirton Medical Center complete the
necessary requirement of community
surveys. Your response is completely
confidential but is important to the
needs of community as well as Weirton
Directors honor RSVP Director Brenda
Miller-Mann in her forty years of
service to Senior Corps! We wish you
well in your future endeavors!