Dummerston Cares 2018 Annual Meeting
DATE: Sept. 23, at 2-4 pm
Location: Evening Star Grange in Dummerston Center
Our time together will be a celebration of Cares’ connections with clients and town residents in services provided and benefits gained. Some volunteers, clients and other residents will share stories of experiences in Cares programs: rides to medical appointments and other places, friendly visits, simple home repairs and maintenance assistance, delivering and receiving of welcome and sunshine baskets, medical equipment loans, and more. Some take-aways from the Aging Well program will also be noted. Our focus will be on sharing with one another some of what our experiences in Cares are all about;
The other thing we’ll do is look ahead to Cares’ future. How can cares make its programs and services more available to residents who can benefit from them? Are there more things Cares could do to enable residents with health and wellness needs to live fuller, richer and more meaningful lives? What exactly does wellness mean? Everyone’s thoughts and ideas are welcome.
The meeting will conclude with visiting and conversation over refreshments.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or Bill Schmidt at 802-258-0431 with any questions.
The mission of Dummerston Cares is to strengthen the Dummerston Community through support of all residents with health and other wellness needs, through services, programs and resources of its own and those of related local, regional and state organizations and agencies.
Cares for Dummerston Cares means compassionate, thoughtful and kind attention to another through action in support of those with health and related wellness needs. Cares is providing “helping hands for our neighbors”.
*indicates event sponsored by partner organization
Thanks for the prompt and wonderful service to my neighbor with (delivery) of a hospital bed and wheel chair. She and her husband are very grateful. Cares will have a great fan in them.JW
Thanks for all of your help in moving some furniture out of my garage. Now I can put my car in the garage this winter. It really helps when you can’t do some things for yourself any more.TD