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Tickets for the 2015 Fall Tea Party are on sale now! You may purchase by calling our office at (804) 706-6689 or in our store by clicking below.
To sponsor a table or purchase tickets, please RSVP by October 5th
The Shepherd's Center of Chesterfield is in urgent need of volunteer drivers to transport older adults to critical doctor appointments, pharmaceutical pick-ups and grocery shopping trips, so they can maintain a more independent lifestyle.
Without new volunteer drivers, our clients will be placed on a waiting list for their critical medical and grocery shopping transportation needs. You can make a difference in the community by volunteering only a couple of hours a month!
The Shepherds Center of Chesterfield, a non-profit inter-faith organization, offers free, accompanied transportation, in-home handyman services, and low-cost classes to adults over 50.
Become a part of this close-knit volunteer community; you may need their help someday, too! Call The Shepherds Center of Chesterfield at (804) 706-6689 or submit a Volunteer Interest Form now.
In recognition of National Clergy Appreciation Month, The Shepherd's Center of Chesterfield and Lucy Corr Village are hosting the Second annual Clergy Appreciation Luncheon on Thursday, Oct. 29th, at Grace Lutheran Church's Fellowship Hall, 13028 Harrowgate Rd, Chester, VA . The primary goal of the luncheon is to acknowledge and recognize spiritual leaders and the faith-based work conducted in the community.
"The Second Annual Clergy Appreciation Luncheon is an opportunity for our faith-based community to come together to show our appreciation and enjoy fellowship. We have been blessed with over 300 volunteers, representing 45 congregations in our community who donate their time, resources, and talents to enrich the lives of our communities' seniors. We are here today because of our faith based community and this is our way of saying thank you." said Susan McCammon, Executive Director, Shepherd's Center of Chesterfield.
The mission of The Shepherd's Center of Chesterfield to enrich the lives of adults 50 and over by offering opportunities for interfaith community service, lifelong learning, and assistance in maintaining a healthy and independent lifestyle.
For more information or to RSVP for this event, contact Susan McCammon at (804)706-6689 or email: email@example.com.
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