Spread the Word:
is asking for your help! Please pass along your
newsletter to a friend to help get the word out about the
program activities and need for volunteers.
to Mike Ullrup who has completed the update
for PREVNET data base for the West Virginia Senior Corps
Directors Association. We appreciate your skills in SQL
that enables us to tell our story state wide.
Betsy Southall, AmeriCorps Director,
who assisted with writing a state wide RSVP
narrative plan at the RSVP directors meeting held at the
Clarksburg-Harrison Library on September 5, 2012 to address
state wide goal of 1,075 volunteers serving 211,500 clients
with capacity building and leverage for Managing & Training
Volunteers for Emergency Preparedness.
to Carissa, Shirley and Rae for helping to distribute the 21
wellness bags to seniors at the Brooke County Senior Center
allowing us to tell our story on behalf of the WVSCDA in
Brooke and Marshall Counties.
The Greater Weirton Senior Center
is in need of volunteers to assist with AARP Tax
Assistance in Hancock Counties and Brooke – Hancock
Nutrition also needs assistance with Food Servers.
Please contact Angie at 304.527.3410 if you can help.
WV Attorney General Consumer Advocate needing
October 5, 6 7, Wellsburg Apple Festival,
October 13, 14, Christmas in the
AARP Tax Assistance - Tax Assistant - Bill
Lantz - 304.527.3410
A Child’s Place CASA - Clerical - Rhonda Stubbs
Assistant - Pamela J. Wilson - 304.242.6645
Ann’s Country Retreat
- Admin Assistant - Carolyn Mason -
Appalachian Outreach Inc. - Grant
Asst, Clerical -
Rose Hart - 304.845.2762
Housing Authority - Clerical - Cindy Tribett -
Big Brothers Big Sisters - Admin
Assistant - Shanna Kemp - 304.232.0520
Brooke County Singing Group - Director - Joy Crawford
Brooke County WVU Extension Office
- Energy Express - Alicia Cassels - 304.737.3666
Bank - Marilyn Stuckert -
CHANGE Inc. - Clerical -
Judy Raveaux - 304.797.7733
Cockayne Farmstead Preservation Project
- Tour Guide
- Thomas Tarowsky - 304.845.1411
- Tammy Lewis - 304.723.0083
Girl Scouts of the Black Diamond Council
- Roseann L. Teramana - 304.232.8601
Hancock County WVU Extension Office
- Energy Express volunteers (reading, writing and art) and a
Camp Cook - Carole Sheerbaum - 304.564.3805
Elementary - Teacher Instructor - Nicole Ennis
- Clerical - Angela Goodson - 304.233.6300
Intrepid/In Home Care
- Clerical - Sandra Zanos - 304.723.9696
Laughlin Memorial Chapel - Office
Assistant with typing or computer experience - Rev.
Marcia Allen - 304.232.2630
School Anchor Program - Teacher/Instructor -
Rosemary Anderson - 304.243.0366
Marshall County Animal
Shelter - Clerical - Cindy Brautigan -
Weir Public Library - Clerical -
Rik Rekowski 304.797.8510
Mom's In Touch -
Assistant - Dorothy Boyko - 304.559.7664
Res. Cons. & Dev. - Warehouse Assistant -
Howard Coffield - 304.242.0576
of Mt. St. Joseph - Companions and
person to push wheelchair outside - Susan Vaughan -
Kitchen of Great Wheeling - Food
Service - Becky Rodocker - 304.233.2992
Children’s Museum of the Ohio Valley
Vera Uyehara - 304.214.5437
Geriatric Center - Weekend person
to do exercise and play games with residents - Mary Ann
Boyd - 304.723.4300
- Brochure folding - Kristin Bowman Cross -
- Numerous Opportunities - - Sondra Weigle - 304.797.6112
Wheeling Health Right
- Office cleaner - Kathie Brown - 304.233.9323
and help your RSVP fundraise. Drop off your used ink
cartridges and cell phones at your local RSVP office.
to Register your Kroger Plus Card online to help RSVP.
PARTICIPANTS Must Re-Enroll April
1, 2011 to continue earning rewards for RSVP. Please
call the office; we'll help you register if you need
Call 304.527.3410 and we’ll walk you through. Select
Ohio, enroll at the store you shop and select
BROOKE COUNTY COMMITTEE ON AGING RSVP
Call the office and we’ll send you a barcode to contribute)
Just need to use your card to contribute! IT’S EASY!
Community Garden still producing fresh
Richard Rees, Randy Roberts
William Bracey, Jr., Tiffany Bright, Ronald Locke, Amber
Meeker, Stephen Pettit, Lisa Cameron, and Brady Cooper
VOLUNTEERS HARD AT WORK
to RSVP Volunteers who helped shuttle 600 citizens
at the Brooke County Fair who would have a hard time walking
to the fairgrounds: Becky Deitch, Bob Beckelhimer, Jim
Brooks, Bill Schaefer, Lou Serafine, Dickey Lauglin and Bill
Kocher who also helped clean up the van after the service.
to Shirley Hood who helped organize and Rae
Tate who assisted with the Brooke County Senior Center Pie
Sale. They sold 50 pies raising est. $400. Shirley &
Rae also assist with other activities such as Bingo.
Tonette for getting the ASAP up and running again in
2012. Great Job!
in the Newsletter.
Thank you, CNCS State Program Specialist, Karlisa E.
Bradley, for sharing your Monthly Report August 2012
for West Virginia Projects. We appreciate all you
Click here to view report.
Special Thanks to:
LaVaughn Coulter who recently
shared with RSVP the Christmas ornament she crafted of
cardboard and material. Her 100 ornaments were donated to
Peterson Rehab Center in Wheeling for residents to enjoy.
She contributed as a member of the Women’s Club of Wheeling.
started with RSVP on August 25, 2008, because she likes
helping organizations. She stated she was sitting at home
and had to get out and do something. Her first service was
the American Red Cross (129 Hours) with Blood Drives where
she still serves today as greeter and canteen assistant.
She currently has (2,481 outreach hours)
serving the Northern Panhandle with organizations such as:
Daughters of the Nile Group and Osiris Shrines where she
assists with making favors for Erie, PA hospitals. For
Easter she makes 75 little bunnies to contribute from
Through the Wheeling Women’s Club she makes
favors for Ohio Valley and Wheeling Medical Center
pediatrics dept. As a group they make 100 favors each
She assists with meals for funerals and is
also involved with AARP as a board member. She Works the
Holy Family Food Pantry in Beech Bottom approx. 6 hours each
has served 21.5 hours assisting RSVP, Weirton United Way,
and Easter Seals with fundraising events. She helps with
other service projects such as MLK Day Break Bread with
Bruins pictured to the right.
online at iGive to help RSVP. 26% goes to RSVP with