We would like to thank all of you for a successful Service Sunday. We are so thankful to all of you that spent the day helping others. We had 255 volunteers and over 750 hours of service!!!
A special thanks to our Service Sunday Committee who spent many hours behind the scene finding projects and organizing the various sites:
We could not have made any of this happen without the hard work of the project leaders:
Phil Casparius, Lauren Ernberg, Beth Franklin, Alan Frost, Jen Heiser, Liz Kaner, Yuko and Ken Moy, Alana New, Janet Rogers, Dawn Shmaruk , Andrew Thompson
Our last meeting of the year is Tuesday, May 23rd at 7:30 p.m. at Staples in the cafeteria. Please make every effort to come. We are voting on the slate and giving out special awards! We would love a packed room.
Please see additional service opportunities below: (some of you don’t have the mandatory 10 hours of service)
THIS SATURDAY: Person to Person has the very BIG Postal Workers Stamp Out Hunger food drive happening, in Norwalk this Saturday May 13 at Cornerstone Community Church in Norwalk (718 West Avenue/across from the Norwalk Main Library). Postal workers will be bringing bags and bags of donated food and we need to have volunteers there to offload all of it from their trucks. Volunteers can sign up at: http://shsslobs.ivolunteer.com/
SATURDAY, MAY 20TH, PuraVidaforChildren.org is sponsoring an event to help a charity called Feed My Starving Children at the New Canaan high on Saturday, May 20th. PuraVida for Children is a non-profit organization started by New Canaan resident Sharon Knectle to help children in urgent need. On Saturday the 20th they are hosting a mobile pack event at the New Canaan High . We will be part of packing 280,000 meals for Feed My Starving Children. These meals are specifically formulated for malnourished children. Nutritious food equips kids to learn in school, build their communities and grow up strong in body and spirit. For more information please go to FMSC.org. Volunteers can sign up at: http://shsslobs.ivolunteer.com/
Patti & Kenny Brill