You are invited to RSVP’s 44th Annual Volunteer Recognition, featuring Emcee Alicia Richards (abc27News). Be prepared to exercise your body and mind!
- 9:30 am Doors Open
- 9:30-10:30 am FREE mini “Explore Your Future” training preview, free to the first 45 attendees
- 11:30 am Luncheon served (choice of Chicken Palermo or Vegetable Lasagna), plus seasonal vegetables, tossed salad, choice of potatoes, pasta or rice. Lunch also includes rolls, butter, iced/hot tea, coffee and desserts.
Radisson Penn Harris Hotel | 1150 Camp Hill Bypass | Camp Hill
Door Prizes | Give Aways | Chinese Auction Winners After Lunch
Please register by May 6 to reserve your seat. Call (800) 870-2616
The Third Annual National Service Day Appreciation Breakfast for volunteers of Senior Corps Foster Grandparents, Senior Companions, and RSVP of the Capital Region was held on April 13 at Alexander’s Restaurant in York.
Forty-four volunteers attended the breakfast from the three programs, along with York County Commissioner Chris Reilly, RSVP employees, Taryn Vanaskie (Program Officer with CNCS/PA Office), Zenora McMorris Owens (RSVP Board of Directors Member), and Directors of the Senior Companion and Foster Grandparents programs.
Each volunteer was given a packet of appreciation items, and a certificate thanking them for their service to the residents of York County. Door prize items were donated by Steam into History, Alexander’s Restaurant, York Revolution, Indian Steps Museum, and Strand Capital Performing Arts Center.
We also attended Mayor Kim Bracey’s National Service Day Appreciation Event for volunteers at City Hall in York. For further information RSVP volunteer opportunities in York County, please contact Scott Hunsinger, 443-619-3842 or eMail to: YorkAdamsFranklin@rsvpCapReg.org
Save this date: Wednesday, May 4, 2016, 1:30 p.m.
Please plan to attend this great opportunity to learn how volunteering for the Adams County Literacy Council can be a very rewarding experience.
Scott Hunsinger from RSVP (Retired and Senior Volunteer Program), will join us to talk about the free benefits that RSVP provides to volunteers age 55+.
Benefits include: transportation reimbursement of up to $35 a month; free supplemental liability and accident insurance; assistance with background checks; recognition events and more.
This will be a great time to gather and share our success with our fellow volunteers.
- For further information, please contact:
- Amanada B. Garner
- LIU 12 Adams County Literacy Council
- 1685 Baltimore Pike, Suite F, Gettysburg
- 717-479-7032 | abGarner@iu12.org
Support Connections of Lebanon County [SCLC], helps low income families out of poverty.
Join SCLC and RSVP on Monday, April 18 for fellowship and dinner.
Palmyra Church of the Brethren 45 North Chestnut St, Palmyra.
Call 717-269-2130 for more information. Raffle prizes, free coupon keepers.
Please join us in New Bloomfield on Wednesday at 11:15a.m. at the Central Perry Senior Center (225 West Main Street).
Mayor Arliss J. Krammes will recognize Perry County volunteers for their deeply appreciated service. Lunch and dessert will follow.
Please RSVP by April 4 to PerryCumb@rsvpCapReg.org, or call 717-541-9521.