Widowed Persons’ Association opens arms
August 22, 2014
Potential new members are welcome to attend the next monthly meeting of the Widowed Persons' Association, scheduled for 11:30 a.m. on Sept. 13 at the National Hotel in Nevada City. Call 530-265-3454 for reservations. The group's August Sunday Night Supper will be at Plaza Jalisco on Aug. 31, and the September Sunday night dinner will be at Sergio's on Sept. 28.
The Widowed Persons' Association is a group dedicated to making new friends and enjoying each others' company since the loss of a loved one.
For further information, please call Eileen at 530-272-2487 or Kent at 530-432-1779.
Got a truck? Deliver firewood to seniors
Gold Country Community Services, Inc., which provides free firewood for seniors in need, is reaching out to community members who can help deliver firewood from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 21.
The Senior Firewood Program provides firewood to roughly 150 seniors who need help to staying warm throughout the winter. Help is needed for loading, delivering and unloading wood. Volunteers will need a driver's license and a reliable truck. Gold Country Community Services will contact clients to notify them of a delivery, as well as providing volunteers with directions and assistance in loading. Refreshments will be provided to all volunteers. For more information, call Gold Country Community Services at 530-273-4961.
Daughters of American Revolution
The Captain John Oldham Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution invites new members to its active, nonpolitical, woman's service organization. Their mission is to promote historic preservation, education and patriotism. The only requirement for membership is a proven lineage to a Revolutionary War patriot, be it soldier, gunsmith, public servant, providing provisions or comfort, etc. Genealogists are available for assistance.
For further information please email Emily Boling at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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