The latest news and notes from the Valley Program for Aging Services.
Meals on Wheels volunteers for PRSC, Frank and Betty Lambert, were the proud winners of the $15.00 Wal-Mart gift card which is awarded each month through a drawing.
Handmade quilts were donated to Volunteer Coordinator Dawn Shull on Wednesday September 24th as part of a project one of her Meals on Wheels volunteer approached her with several months ago.
News from senior centers run by Valley Program for Aging Services.
PRSC members and children from Roberta Webb Child Care Center took an hour to read together on Monday, July 7.
Meals on Wheels Volunteer for PRSC, Brook Hardin 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.
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.
The first annual Leaders in Action day was held at Price Rotary Senior Center on May 21. Unfortunately the event only drew one participant, Helen Shibut. However, Bill Greene, PRSC Local Council member joined her to deliver meals and they both had a very rewarding experience.
Dawn Shull, the Volunteer Coordinator for the Harrisonburg-Rockingham regional office of Valley Program for Aging Services, was presented with a “Catch a Star” award for her exemplary work during Volunteer Appreciation Week in April.
On May 5, Price Rotary Senior Center members had the pleasure of having Karen Klotz and Elaine Spedding of the Virginia Hearing Group from Verona come give to a presentation.
Healthy Eating Program Presented to Timberville Broadway Senior Center and Price Rotary Senior Center
Mariah Fortman, an intern with Valley Program for Aging Services and a senior at James Madison University presented a Healthy Eating Program this past Wednesday for Timberville Broadway Senior Center and Price Rotary Senior Center.
On Monday, April 7, the Price Rotary Senior Center welcomed Dr. Ray Schneider to talk to our members about the mysterious Shroud of Turin.
Joyce Nussbaum, Chronic Disease Self Management Education Coordinator, presented to the members of TBSC and PRSC Wednesday morning.
Price Rotary Senior Center kicked off the Holiday Season with its annual Christmas Tea. Members of PRSC, TBSC, Staff, local Council members and community friends were treated to an exceptional morning of music and culinary delights.
Timberville Broadway Advisory Council met Thursday, Nov. 21. The meeting was well attended with Advisory Council members, Senior Center members and staff.
The Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pi sorority at James Madison University made a $453 donation to Meals on Wheels in the Harrisonburg-Rockingham region of the Valley Program for Aging Services.
Price Rotary Senior Center celebrated Thanksgiving today with a wonderful array of food!
Price Rotary Senior Center Local Council met Monday, Nov. 18. Eight persons from staff members, Senior Center members and Council members were able to attend.
Dale McAlister, a local historian, took members of Timberville Broadway Senior Center and Price Rotary Senior Center on a historical photo tour of Harrisonburg and the surrounding areas. Dale presented to 16 members and many of them knew each of the locations he talked about, but a few saw new things in the presentation.
Price Rotary Senior Center was privileged to have Sylvia Butt and Margaret Shifflett come and show a hobby of theirs on Nov. 4.
Members of Timberville Broadway Senior Center and Price Rotary Senior Center were pleased to have Doug Driver, president of Lantz Construction, come and visit this week.
Fall is in the air as Price Rotary Senior Center members spent part of the day on Monday making decorative pumpkins.
Johnny Garber, with Timberville Drug, graciously donated his time to come to Timberville Broadway Senior Center and offer flu shots on Wednesday Oct 16. The flu shots were open to TBSC and Price Rotary Senior Center members as well as the community.
Monday, Oct 14, was a great day at Price Rotary Senior Center! Not only did we have 20 members and one guest, but we also had some visitors that had been regular volunteers for many years return to visit!