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.
Newest Volunteer Opportunities:
Volunteers needed: Bakers, Crafters, Booth
Volunteers for Information and Fundraising are needed for
Follansbee Christmas in the Park (October 1, 2, 2011) and
Wellsburg Applefest (October 7, 8 and 9, 2011). RSVP
will be calling to ask for your assistance. Thank you
for any assistance you can give.
Weirton Medical Center
- Numerous Opportunities - - Sondra Weigle - 304.797.6112
AARP Tax Assistance - Tax Assistant - George
Weigle - 304.723.0816
A Child’s Place CASA - Clerical - Rhonda Stubbs
Ann’s Country Retreat
- Admin Assistant - Carolyn Mason -
Inc. - Grant Asst, Clerical -
Rose Hart - 304.845.2762
Big Brothers Big
Sisters - Admin Assistant - Shanna
Kemp - 304.232.0520
Brooke County Singing
Group - Director - Joy Crawford
Brooke County WVU
Extension Office - Energy Express
- Alicia Cassels - 304.737.3666
Bank - Marilyn Stuckert -
Extension Office - Energy Express volunteers (reading,
writing and art) and a Camp Cook - Carole Sheerbaum -
Chapel - Office Assistant with typing or computer
experience - Rev. Marcia Allen - 304.232.2630
Mary H. Weir Public
Library - Person to assist with programs set up
projector and run software, power point etc., and Book sales
person (lifting required) - Rik Rekowski 304.797.8510
Sisters of Mt. St.
Joseph - Companions and person to push wheelchair
outside - Susan Vaughan - 304.232.8160
Soup Kitchen of Great
Wheeling - Food Service - Becky
Rodocker - 304.233.2992
The Children’s Museum
of the Ohio Valley -Receptionist -
Vera Uyehara - 304.214.5437
Center - Weekend person to do exercise and play games
with residents - Mary Ann Boyd - 304.723.4300
Weirton United Way
- Brochure folding - Kristin Bowman Cross -
Wheeling Health Right
- Office cleaner - Kathie Brown - 304.233.9323
online at iGive to help RSVP. 26% goes
to RSVP with tax deduction.
Help RSVP with
your online Holiday Shopping.
and help your RSVP fundraise. Drop off your used ink
cartridges and cell phones at your local RSVP office.
Click to Register your Kroger Plus Card online to help
ALL CURRENT PARTICIPANTS Must
Re-Enroll April 1, 2011 to continue earning rewards for
RSVP. Please call the office; we'll help you register
if you need assistance. Call 304.527.3410 and we’ll walk you through.
Select Ohio, enroll at the store you shop and select
BROOKE COUNTY COMMITTEE ON AGING RSVP
(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!
RSVP ASAP fundraiser
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 purchase. Thank you Smith
Special Thanks: CNCS
State Program Specialist Karlisa E. Bradley and sharing your
Monthly Report August 2011 for West Virginia Projects.
We appreciate your efforts.
to view report.
Special Thanks to
WVSCDA, Janet Somerville, Brenda Miller, Tammy O'Dell and
speakers, first lady Joanne Jaeger Tomblin, Jo Fannin,
Executive Director Jeffrey E. George Comfort House, Mary
Gearheart, WV House of Delegates and Kathleen Roedersheimer,
State Director CNCS for the Second Annual Statewide
Recognition Luncheon,special guests Donna Lavato and Ruth
Jones. Linda and I had a wonderful time at the Second
Annual WVSCDA State Wide Volunteer Recognition Luncheon!
Companion Volunteer candidate. Total of three placements.
Guidelines for service: must be 55, pass a background
check, physical, and meet income guidelines under $21,000
single household and $27,000 double household including
medical deductions. A Senior Companion must commit between
20 – 40 hours per week. Stipend service offers
$2.65/hour and .35 per mile.
Denny Williams, Thomas Moore, Jr., Irene Kutay, Gilda Reed
and Ashleigh Blair.
AARP Safe Driving RSVP volunteers: Lee A.
Beckner, Dick Laughlin, Sally Marple, John Richmond, Ralph
Cox, Jack Cassella, and Mel Vorhees for your hard work,
dedication and the great lunch! Also, special thanks
to the Brooke County Board of Education for continued
support in use of Jefferson Primary School and Brooke County
Senior Center for use of your center.
Volunteer meeting scheduled for October 7,
2011 at 1:00 p.m. Special thanks to Wild Things Mascot
for your visit in Brooke County and Flynn Altmeyer, Aide to
Congressman David McKinley for your assistance.
volunteers Ann Niciforos and Irene Kutay in Marshall County
who assisted at the
Simpson United Methodist Church RSVP ASAP.
to Appalachian Outreach for your assistance with office
equipment valuing $2,500 and Youth Club of Marshall County
for your support to RSVP ASAP. A
to volunteer Vicki Tomich who assisted with Tag Day on 9/11 to provide
$240 needed start up supplies for ASAP.
Brooke County Fair:
Thank you for volunteering to help with the
Shuttle: Jack Cassella, Mel Vorhees, Dickey Laughlin,
Bill Kocher, Marti Iannuci, Thomas McBride, Jim Brooks, Al
Anglin, Bill Lantz, Jim Hupka, Linda Rockwell, Nora Neff,
Becky Deitch, Jeff Floyd, Bill Schaefer, Woody Lazear, Lou
Serafine, Ron Penrod and Bingo: Emma Kay Weimer,
Laura Beckelhimer, Hattie Adams, Vera Morton, Bill Konkle,
Valerie Leasure, Dorthy Gorman, Martha Gonzales and Anne
Stern Wheel Festival
Protection Education Booth:
Maddie McDevitt, Tammy Croghan, Gilda Reed,
Millie & Rita Angalich
Volunteer meeting scheduled for October 7,
2011 at 1:00 p.m. Special thanks to Wild Things for
to Modern Woodmen of America for your commitment to assist
RSVP with fundraising up to $2,500 and Weirton United Way for your
continued support of RSVP.