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Community Gives Back
The Community Gives Back is a program that encourages people throughout the community to donate their talents to the elderly, the sick, and the disabled, who have contributed to their community in their younger and healthier years. There are many people in the Ohio Valley with talents and services that they could use to bless our elderly, sick, and disabled residents, bringing joy and more quality to their lives.
If you believe like we believe that they are truly worth it, call today at 304-281-0474 or email email@example.com and schedule a day to bless them with your talents or skills.Below are some examples of how others have shared their talents or gifts.
Three churches came together: C3 Church, Ohio Valley Christian Center and the First Christian Church of Martin’s Ferry, to perform a Christian concert at Peterson Rehabilitation Hospital and Wheeling Continuous Care.
Caring Card Ministry
Tammy Dewitt Card Ministry with the help of C3 Church has made Christmas, Easter , and Thanksgiving cards for over 150 patients in the past 2 years.
Woodsdale School 5th Graders wrote letters to the patients at Peterson Rehabilitation Hospital.
House of the Carpenter with the help of the Dayton United Methodist Mission Trip
Volunteers ages 12-19 built ramps so that the patients could come to outings at our location. The Dayton United Methodist Mission Trip included: Mo Musachia, Makayla Murray, Maddie Williams, Brianna Felmlee, Zaryn Good, Keeley Bruno, Sydney Fowler, Melina Murray, Courtney Miller, Steve Williams (Youth Leader), Karen Williams(Youth Leader), Melinda Murray(Youth Leader) Randy West(Youth Leader), and Peggy West(Youth Leader).
The Bullpen Fight Club Inducts Vernon Schwender as Honorary Member
The Bullpen Fight Club honored our very own Vernon Schwender as an Honorary Member of the Bullpen Fight Club. Ronell Green, Mike Napple, Ronny Green Sr., Thomas Hastings, Sharon Travis, and Vernon Schwender.