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"Enriching the lives of adults 50 and over by offering opportunities for interfaith community service, lifelong learning, and assistance in maintaining an independent lifestyle."

Become A Member of Shepherd's Center of Chesterfield

Adventures in Learning is just one facet of our organization. The are many other projects of the Shepherd's Center that you can support by becoming a member. To name a few, Medical and Food, Transportation, Minor Home Repair, Senior Idol of Chesterfield, benefit from your support and participation. There are also numerous committees that you can serve on to aid our efforts to support our seniors. If you like food preparation, there is the Hospitality committee to consider.; financially talented, then there is the Budget and Finance Committee; Fund raising is another place to use your talents.

Of course, you do not have to be active in an activity to support it through your membership. You will make it possible for an older person to have caring, compassionate, reliable transportation to medical appointments; help someone here in our community to have access to healthy, nutritious food; help relieve the burden of loneliness and isolation.

Your support will encourage the volunteers who provide these services. You become a leader in the community one who feels passionately that a person's humanity, dignity, and worth will never decline with age

So join in our efforts to make senior improve the quality of life for other seniors and living a life that matters.

A Holiday Luncheon for Shepherd's Center's Volunteers

Our friends at Lucy Corr Village and Springdale are presenting a Holiday Luncheon for Shepherd's Center's Volunteers.
We hope that all of our volunteers will attend.

Wednesday, December 17
12 pm to 2 pm at The Great Hall
at Chester Baptist Church
(located at 4317 School Street in Chester, Virginia

Please come and enjoy the spirit of the holiday season with us.

* Please RSVP by December 12 to 706-6689

2015 Winter AIL Session Dates

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The 2015 Winter Session of Adventures In Learning will begin on Wednesday, January 14th
and end on Wednesday, March 4th.

Volunteers Recognized

John Chamberlain (left), Jerry Weissburg,
Eldridge Brock and Debbie Leidheiser (right)

were recognized at The Shepherd's Center of Chesterfield Board of Trustees Meeting on Thursday, November 13 for their leadership, service and dedication to the Shepherd's Center's mission of helping seniors.

 

Tea Party Preview With John Byrd

The DVD is for sale at $15.00. A portion of the price ($5.00) go to support the Shepherd's Center.

To order the DVD, go to John's website

http://www.john-byrd.com

Volunteers Needed for Membership Drive- so please save the date

I hope you can make it to Annual Chesterfield County Fair Association General Membership Meeting on Wednesday, December 10 at 7:00 p.m. at the Smith Wagner Building located at 9501 Lucy Corr Circle in Chesterfield. $10 gets you your membership and 2 tickets to the 2015 fair. They will be electing officers and 3 board members.

The Chesterfield County Fair Association are great partners and supporters of The Shepherd's Center of Chesterfield's mission.

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Susan McCammon

2014 SCC Board of Trustees

2014 SCC Board of Trustees

2014 SCC Board of Trustees

Starting Left backrow: John Chamberlain, Ted Ukrop, Ed Velasquez,
Debbie Leidheiser and Tony Yankowsky

Front row starting left: Chris Ayers, Donald Kennedy, Carolyn Pegram,
Beckie Brock and Jerry Weissburg

Missing from photo:
Tim Bullis
Linda Gwaltney
Jim Musgrave
Cavell Phillips

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Include The Shepherd’s Center of Chesterfield In Your Estate Planning

Include The Shepherd’s Center of Chesterfield In Your Estate Planning Have you reviewed your long-range financial and estate plans recently? Your will, living trust, retirement plans and other gift and estate planning vehicles can provide an opportunity to support your favorite charitable interests. If you would be interested in making a gift of ongoing significance, these ideas may interest you:

  • A gift included in your will or living trust is one way to establish a lasting legacy.
  • A gift of retirement assets, such as pension plans or IRAs, may allow you to give more than you thought possible, while eliminating taxes that may otherwise largely consume these assets.
  • Consider gifts of life insurance. Gifts of policies or proceeds you may no longer need offer excellent tax benefits.

We sincerely appreciate your interest and support in helping The Shepherd’s Center of Chesterfield enrich the lives of adults 50 and over by providing opportunities for interfaith community service, lifelong learning and assistance in maintaining an independent lifestyle. Please contact Susan McCammon at (804) 706-9198 if you are interested in these ideas.

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Memorial and Honor Gifts

Memorial and Honor Gifts Memorial or honor contributions offer many ways to recognize people who are special to you. Memorial gifts benefit the community by making a meaningful difference in memory of someone special. Honor gifts can express thanks and appreciation, extend congratulations or convey messages of best wishes. When you make a memorial or honor gift, The Shepherd’s Center will notify the family or individual of your thoughtfulness if you include their contact information with your gift.