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prsc award winnerPRSC’s Volunteer Appreciation Winner for June

Meals on Wheels volunteer for Price Rotary Senior Center, Wayne Harold was the proud winner of a $15.00 Wal-Mart gift card which is awarded each month through a drawing by Volunteer Coordinator Dawn Shull as part of their Volunteer Appreciation Program. Second Prize of Chick-fil-A coupons were won by volunteers of Pleasant View Inc.

More online at www.PriceRotarySeniorCenter.org.


ERSC Enjoyed Hosting PRSC at a Beach Party

On June 16, thirty-five members and staff from ersc and PRSC enjoyed a Beach Party! Members and staff were adorned with leis, wore summer hats & had a “beach-front” photo shoot. Fruit & cheese trays were among the tasty treats provided. Lively games & beach music added to the fun. A great time was had by all!

More online at www.EastRockinghamSeniorCenter.org.


Pablo Cuevas Spent Time with TBSC June 26

Pablo Cuevas, District 1 Representative for Rockingham County Board of Supervisors, spent time with tbsc members this on June 26. Pablo shared stories about growing up, his background and his perspective on just a few issues. Members very much enjoyed the time with Pablo and are looking forward to, and appreciate the invitation, have a picnic at his farm later in the summer.

More online at www.TimbervilleBroadwaySeniorCenter.org.



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