Spread the Word:  RSVP 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.

RSVP CERT Members Notice:  September is Disaster Preparedness Month. Check out FREE online exercises to help you be prepared. www.FormidableFootprint.org

RSVP plans to partner with Koppers Inc. Carbon Materials and Chemicals in KoppersCares! Day of Service.  Koppers believes that stronger communities are good places to do business.  Thank you for partnering with RSVP!

SUGARCREEK TRIP

Special Thanks:  Jeff Floyd for assisting with transportation to Sugar Creek and Linda Vidoni for escorting ladies.  Pictured above are: Clara Cerminara, Donna Dawson, Sandy Kinsley, Donna Lovato, Ruth Jones, Linda Vidoni and Cathy Galligher.

RSVP ASAP BACK TO SCHOOL ... WOULD ALWAYS WELCOME VOLUNTEERS!

 

 

CITY BEAUTIFICATION PROJECT!

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It's August and the flowers are still looking great!  Good job RSVP volunteers!

AARP Safe Driving Classes : Call RSVP at 304.527.3410 to register for your Safe Driving Class today!

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: 

Brooke County Fair Van Drivers Needed: RSVP will be calling for van drivers to assist with shuttle at the Brooke County Fair on Sept 7, 8, & 9.  We are asking for a copy of your license and your experience in driving a van.  Check out events by clicking below:

WV Attorney General Consumer Advocate needing assistance on Sept 7, 8, 9, Brooke County Fair, September 14, 15, Hancock County Old Timers Festival, October 5, 6 7, Wellsburg Apple Festival, October 13, 14, Christmas in the Park.

RSVP NEEDS YOUR HELP! We will lose the AARP Tax Assistance Service unless we find one (1) volunteers to commit to 2012/2013 tax season! Please ask your friends and family if they might be able to help us! Thank You

Weirton Medical Center Needs Volunteers! Contact Sandra Weigel at 797.6112 regarding Orientation - Application needs to be in one week prior to orientation. You can pick up your application at WMC Gift Shop.

Volunteers Needed!
AARP Tax Assistance -
Tax Assistant - Bill Lantz - 304.527.3410
A Child’s Place CASA
- Clerical  - Rhonda Stubbs - 304.737.4444
 

American Lung Association -  Fundraising Assistant - Pamela J. Wilson - 304.242.6645
Ann’s Country Retreat
- Admin Assistant - Carolyn Mason - 304.737.0941
Appalachian Outreach Inc.
- Grant Asst, Clerical - Rose Hart -  304.845.2762

Benwood-McMechen Housing Authority - Clerical - Cindy Tribett - 304.233.0830
Big Brothers Big Sisters
- Admin Assistant - Shanna Kemp -  304.232.0520
Brooke County Singing Group
- Director - Joy Crawford - 304.527.3410
Brooke County WVU Extension Office - Energy  Express - Alicia Cassels - 304.737.3666

Central Blood Bank - Marilyn Stuckert - 412-209-7648

CHANGE Inc. - Clerical - Judy Raveaux - 304.797.7733

Cockayne Farmstead Preservation Project - Tour Guide - Thomas Tarowsky - 304.845.1411

Comfort House - Clerical - Tammy Lewis - 304.723.0083

Girl Scouts of the Black Diamond Council - Program Assistant - Roseann L. Teramana - 304.232.8601
Hancock County WVU Extension Office
- Energy Express volunteers (reading, writing and art) and a Camp Cook - Carole Sheerbaum - 304.564.3805

Hooverson Heights Elementary - Teacher Instructor - Nicole Ennis - 304.527.0870

Information Helpline - Clerical - Melynda Sampson - 304.233.6300

Intrepid/In Home Care - Clerical - Sandra Zanos - 304.723.9696

Laughlin Memorial Chapel - Office Assistant with typing or computer experience - Rev. Marcia Allen - 304.232.2630

Madison Elementary School Anchor Program - Teacher/Instructor - Rosemary Anderson - 304.243.0366

Marshall County Animal Shelter - Clerical - Cindy Brautigan - 304.845.9770

Mary H. Weir Public Library - Clerical - Rik Rekowski 304.797.8510

Mom's In Touch - Assistant - Dorothy Boyko - 304.559.7664

Northern Panhandle Res. Cons. & Dev. - Warehouse Assistant - Howard Coffield - 304.242.0576

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

Weirton Geriatric 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 -  304.748.7213

Weirton Medical Center - Numerous Opportunities - - Sondra Weigle - 304.797.6112

Wheeling Health Right - Office cleaner - Kathie Brown - 304.233.9323

Shop online at iGive to help RSVP.  26% goes to RSVP with tax deduction

Welcome (RSVP Volunteer Handbook)
Volunteer(s): Mazie Kage, Fay Coulter, Linda Heaton, Raymond Roush, Sheila Smith, Virginia Deneen, Liz Bonovich

VOLUNTEERS HARD AT WORK

Thank You Jackie Vacheresse for your assistance in recruiting Catherine Kompardo-Zeiler.  Volunteers will be a vital part of RSVP success in assisting with capacity building for recruitment. RSVP future funding priorities are:  Education, Healthy Futures, Veterans and Military Families, Environmental Stewardship, Economic Opportunity and Disaster Services. 

Thank You Rod Polling, Janet Somerville, Kim Good and Tonette Alward for assisting with the WVSCDA State wide project.  1,700 toiletry bags were made to be distributed to programs across West Virginia. Please be so kind to share your stories and pictures of deliveries by sending to fgp@movrc.org

RSVP staff and VISTA attends first virtual conference. There will be changes to come in 2013.  New performance measures with emphasis on collecting data for outputs and outcomes to tell a nationwide story for Senior Corps.  Shown above is Dr. Edwin Tan, National Director of Senior Corps. 

Over 1500 attendees from Senior Corps and beyond converged on the virtual conference from August 14 to 16, with over 1000 attending the opening plenary, almost 700 participants networking in the virtual lounge, and over 750 chat and forum conversations exchanged! 

RSVP ASAP:  Miss Carissa has arrived and is settling in and getting acquainted with her new home and service site.  After an orientation trip to Atlanta, she will be serving at the Follansbee site and building a new site in Wellsburg.  Once again, welcome, Carissa! Read about RSVP ASAP  in the Newsletter.

RSVP State Wide: Thank you, CNCS State Program Specialist, Karlisa E. Bradley, for sharing your Monthly Report July 2012 for West Virginia Projects. We appreciate all you do. Click here to view report.

COMMUNITY GARDEN: 

RSVP Volunteers Hard at Work:  Special thanks to volunteers Eddie Wilkerson and Bill Kocher who have been hard at work picking and distributing vegetables to local seniors throughout the Brooke County Senior Center, Dalessio Manor and seniors in the local neighborhood. 

There have been  an estimated 50 lbs. of green beans, 80 zucchini, and 100 cucumbers, plus tomatoes, eggplants, sweet basil and radishes that have been distributed or picked in the community garden by RSVP volunteers.  We are expecting at least 16 watermelons and have at least 11 pumpkins starting to develop from the garden. 

RSVP volunteers are starting to plan for 2013 garden.  We are still in need of rich top soil (rock free).  Special Thanks to Carl Martino for offering your next door lot located across the street from the current community garden for an additional community garden next year.  Eddie has envisioned a cornfield with plans to till this fall to get ready for 2013 planting. RSVP NEEDS VOLUNTEERS TO HELP!

 

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A little information about Eddie Wilkerson, he started with the RSVP program in September of 2009.  His first service was 5.5 hours painting 7 city benches for downtown Follansbee area. He has since served 330 hours in 2011 to at least three neighbors in areas such as gardening and food errands and he has now been very instrumental in starting and currently working at least 179 hours at the Follansbee Community Garden. 

RSVP appreciates his hard work and expertise.  Eddie is a natural teacher.  He’s great at instructing and assisting in the garden and states he would like to have more volunteers participate with him in 2013. 

 Fundraisers:  Recycle 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 RSVP.    

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 Charity Organization Name:   BROOKE COUNTY COMMITTEE ON AGING RSVP Organization Number: 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!

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Special Thanks to Geraldine Snodgrass
for making our
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Alward, David

Baker, Naomi

Billick, Paula

Carey, Kenneth

Crago, Diana

Davis, Connie

Emmerth, Mary Kay

Evans, Anna

Fetzer, John

Griffin, Jackie

Hart, Fred

Hartman, Gloria

Hensley, Pat

Hinchee, Marilyn

Jasko, Stephen

Jones, Shirley R.

Krnaich, Paul David

Lantz, William

Letzelter, Mary Beth

Malloy, Domenica

Marcott, Jeannie

Melissinos, Nicki

Moore, Thomas

Neff, Nora

Nemitt, Paul

Nixon,Waleah

Parker, William

Patrone, Josephine

Robbins, Mary

Rochinich, Ed

Rockwell, Linda

Rossi, Dino

Roush, Raymond

Santoro, Karen

Scott, Nancy

See, Bonnie

Shrader, Patricia

Szymanski, Dolores

Taibi, Gerry

Tate, Jacqueline Rae

Varner, Jenny

Weimer, Emma Kay

Yater, Ashley

Zogg, Irene

 
 
 
 

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