“The Power of Community” Breakfast Fundraiser

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2013 Senior Breakfast

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Lemonade in the Garden


Lemonade in the Garden, 2013
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Let’s Be Friends!

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Every village needs friendly neighbors and PNA Village is no exception. That’s why a small group of volunteers has been working for the last year to develop a new volunteer position – the Friendly Visitor. Friendly Visitors will provide another way for PNA Village to stay in touch with members and to share news and information about events and activities. Each Friendly Visitor will develop a supportive, social relationship with a particular Village member, providing companionship on a regular, mutually agreed-upon, schedule. Friendly Visitors will also keep Village members up-to-date on Village activities and services.

If you are interested in becoming a Friendly Visitor, PNA Village will provide training and support. The first training will happen during January, so give the office a call to get on the list. If you are a Village member and want to have a cheerful companion come by to visit, give the office a call at 206.789.1217. We’ll find out what you are looking for in a Friendly Visitor and pair you up with one of our wonderful volunteers.

…There’s no time like the beginning of a new year to make new friends!

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Welcome to PNA Village Connections

By Janice Dilworth

Welcome to the launch of the PNA Village Blog and our upcoming quarterly newsletter, “PNA Village Connections”. This blog and newsletter is the result of collaboration between me, as the staff person of the PNA Village, and three Village volunteers, Alyssa McFarland, Liz Bjorkman and L. McLean.

The target audience is you, PNA Village members, volunteers, and businesses.

Like everything else in the PNA Village, the blog and newsletter will evolve, based on input from you and on the work of our volunteers.

My question to you is: What do you want to see in this blog? What would be of interest to you?

Our goal is to provide a place to start a dialogue which reflects the varied voices and perspectives of the people who have come together to create this intentional community.

Please take a moment sign up for weekly updates from your fellow members, volunteers and staff of the PNA Village.  Everyone is welcome to contribute! And watch for your copy of “PNA Village Connections”.

Please send your ideas, comments, and suggestions to: village@phinneycenter.org

Janice Dilworth
PNA Village

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