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Simple Tricks to Look and Feel Younger

You only live once, and your body aging is something that you can’t stop – no matter how hard you try. Taking care of your body: eating the right things,
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We’ve Logged More Than 50k Miles!

We’ve recently submitted a press release for distribution. Thank you to Rebecca Werner for making this happen in various news outlets. Eastside Neighbors Volunteer Program logs 50,000 miles assisting seniors
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Volunteer Appreciation Brunch/Lunch 2014

February 8, 2014 we had our volunteer appreciation brunch/lunch at 11:00am. This fiesta of fun was held at the District 2 building on E. Speedway. We had approximately 72 people
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Board Elections

Our new board took office after elections on January 27, 2014, at our regular board meeting. The new officers are: Rebecca Werner, President Shawna Hilman, Vice President Bruce Groves, Treasurer
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Volunteer Luncheon/Brunch

We all are getting excited about our upcoming event to thank our volunteers. Come and enjoy the food, fun, and entertainment. Without our volunteers, our seniors wouldn’t be able to
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Welcome 2014

We would like to take this moment to thank all of our wonderful volunteers and clients for everything that has happened to our wonderful organization. We hope that 2014 will
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Thank you

Eastside Neighbors Volunteer Program would like to thank Jenn Montgomery for all of the hard work she has put into redesigning our website. She is truly a blessing to our
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The Economy and Senior Citizens

Our economy seems to be spiraling downward at a fairly rapid rate, and is a matter of concern to all of us and well it should be for it impacts
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Ray Freeman’s Retirement Party

Ray Freeman was honored with a dinner at The Amber Restaurant on September 22, 2013 for his many tireless years of service at ENVP.
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Volunteers are GREAT! By John Miller

Stories from volunteers and their experiences. . . 1. A senior falls between her bed and the wall of her apartment. She is unable to move. A volunteer shows up
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