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ASAP needs your help...
Stop by the Brooke County Senior Center and view
the ASAP Art Exhibit and vote for your favorite three
paintings. Display ends June 7, 2010. Stop in
and welcome the new
AmeriCorps VISTA, Ashley Gregorash.
Weirton Area Ambulance and Rescue Squad would like to stress
to individuals how important it is to have and use the "File
of Life" system. The "File of Life" allows individuals
to input recent medical history and list important
information such as family doctor, preferred hospital,
allergies, insurance, medications and more. It allows
the patient to answer questions on paper through the "File
of Life" for emergency responders in the event the
information cannot be acquired verbally. The
Paramedics and EMT's of the Weirton Area Ambulance and
Rescue Squad use this very important life saving information
to provide the best patient care possible for you or your
family member. Please keep the File of Life updated
with most current medications and medical history," per Eric
Zaney, Executive Director Weirton Ambulance Service.
Hoe-Down Wednesday, June 2, 2010 at Hancock County Senior
Wellness Center, for details contact Hank Vincent.
Rocky Kilonsky, Clara Call, Martie Iannucci, Fonda Cutrone,
Bill Anderson and Carol Jackson
2010 RSVP Volunteer Recognition
RSVP volunteers were recognized
hours served and
of service. Overbrook Quilters and Weirton Senior
Center were honored for their outstanding continued support
of the RSVP program. The Donna Weaver Shinning Star
Award was presented to
Mrs. Maggie Stewart for her outstanding service.
This volunteer recognition was made successful by the
area businesses. Clips from the RSVP 37th Annual
Volunteer Recognition may be viewed at:
Special thanks to all RSVP Advisory Council Committees who
helped make the RSVP Volunteer Recognition luncheon a
Also special thanks to presenters:
Congressman Alan B. Mollohan
Presidential Lifetime Service Awards
Senator Edwin Bowman &
Senator Jack Yost
Delegates Tim Ennis and Roy Givens
Michelle Figaretti Regional Representative
Governor Joe Manchin III Recognition
Kristin Cross Field Representative
State Auditor Glen B Gainer III Recognition
thanks to Guest Speaker: John Shaw, Project Manager National
Council on Aging.
Hattie Adams was recognized on May 28, 2010 for the
annual Robert W. Jackson Distinguished Service Award in
honor of meritorious contributions of an individual
committed to enhancing the quality of life for older West
Thanks to: Senator Edwin Bowman, Senator Jack Yost,
Delegate Tim Ennis, Delegate Roy Givens, Governor Joe
Manchin III and Brooke County Commission for the Governor's
Community Participation Grant Award. THANK YOU!
Volunteers who assisted with City of
Follansbee beautification, planting an estimated 200 flowers
and painting plaza area.
Janet Benzo, Ann Berardi, Jim Brooks, Helen
Dunope, Margaret Freshwater, Jean Irvin, Bill Lantz, Tom
McBride, Maurine Marsh, Josephine Patrone, Susan Sampson,
Rae Tate, Hank and Derek Vincent and Antionette Wilkerson.
to drivers, Andre’ Landy, Hank Vincent and tour guide Fonda
Cutrone for a great trip to Sugarcreek! Welcome Fonda
Cutrone and Martie Iannucci to the RSVP trip committee.
planning a trip to Charleston on September 22, 2010 in honor
of Senior Corps Week, details to come......Let us know if
you would be interested in representing your county...and if
you would like to stay overnight give some ideas to Fonda or
Martie of where you
would like to stay!