Chemo-care comfort bags
The Community Room at Daffodil Gardens, Gloucester, was a beehive of activity on Friday morning, as residents were busy making up chemo-care comfort bags for cancer patients at the Peninsula Cancer Institute in Gloucester. Stacey Williams of Gloucester, a consultant with Thirty-One Gifts, organized the project, getting friends to sponsor a total of 76 bags that each included a blanket, knitted hat, puzzle book, candy, lip balm, a pack of tissues and hand sanitizer. And when she needed help stuffing the bags, Williams turned to her sister, Bay Family Housing resident service coordinator Angie Alley. Alley then went to the ladies of Daffodil Gardens, who were happy to lend a hand. Those helping out were, from left: Kay Hendrix, Gonny Verhoeve, Marsha Strong, Teeny Anderson, Janis Hatcher, Dianna Cosh, Marie Wescott and Shirley Dodds.
credit to Charlie Koenig with the Gazette-Journal for the article
Bay Transit Roadeo – 2015
On March 24-26, 2015, Bay Aging/Bay Transit will provide a dynamic training and competition called the “Bay Transit Roadeo” at the Warsaw Transit Facility in Warsaw, VA (111 Commerce Parkway) from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM each day.
Citizens and residents may come and observe the Roadeo and watch their Driver’s in action as they compete with fun and professionalism!
Read all the details here