Doug Holroyd, BCH Pharmacist visited the senior center to discuss medication interactions, as well as answer various questions regarding medications. Members brought a list of their medications for Mr. Holroyd to review. The senior members enjoyed his visit and thank him for the helpful information.
On April 22nd, in honor of Earth Day, students from East Rock High School joined the members of ERSC in decorating flower pots and planting Marigolds. Special Thanks to Kayla McKean, a student at JMU, for coordinating the event and providing the supplies.
This past week we celebrated National Volunteer Appreciation Week at the Timberville Broadway Senior Center by hosting a brunch for all of those who work with Meals on Wheels.
The Bath County Library and other organizations will be hosting the HistoryMobile at the end of April.
The busy schedule for seniors in the Highland Second Wind program.
Meals on Wheels Volunteer Coordinator Dawn Shull received another donation of quilts from the Bodacious Bumble Bee Quilters guild.Pictured with the quilts is kitchen volunteer Jane Crockett who is a Bumble Bee and is responsible for organizing the quilt drive.