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12 Southeastern Virginia Jewish News Volunteers, staff "knit one, purl two" at The Home Paula Miller of the Navy/Marine Corps Releif Society, Kathy Voger - Director of Human Resources at the Home A new project has been added recently to the activity list at The Berger-Goldrich Home at Beth Sholom Village. Every Friday a group of resi- dents - and some staff members - gather to knit and crochet. Paula Miller, of the Navy Marine Corps Relief Society, explains, "We give the residents a choice of making an afghan or a baby sweater set. We provide the yam and the instructions and the items are then given to families of our servicemen from Oceana Naval Air Station - many of whom have been deployed overseas. It is a great way for one 'community' to help another." In addition to the Friday group at The Home, volunteers from the B'rith Sholom Ladies Auxiliary knit and crochet items for the residents of The Home. Among the items recently donat- ed are lap blankets, afghans and foot warmers. Joyce Serxner, a volunteer at both Beth Sholom and B'rith Sholom, says, "This is what we do. It is our commit- Joyce Serxner - Volunteer ment to the Jewish community." Those interested in learning about additional volunteer opportunities at The Home, may call Leslie Legum, Director of Community Relations, at 420- 2512. RE N EWAL M A G A Z I N E The spring/summer 2003 issue of Renewal magazine II put the spotlight on happenings in the Tidewater Jewish community and will include interviews with young business people who have returned "home" to Work and live; an update on the exciting Community Campus; highlights on the recent demographic study at the biennial "Guide to What is Jewish in Tidewater"- plus a few surprises! Renewal magazine is distributed to the community's entire mailing list, local business and professional readership, as well as other Jewish Federations across the country. Advertisers in Renewal have the unique opportunity to showcase their business, service or professional practice to readers who are concerned about their community. 1 I II For advertising information call 671-1600 ext. 105 BETH SHOLOM ViLIAGE March ? Pam Guthrie, Amy Sonmezler ans Di'Yan Ward National Social Work Month celebrated in March During March, which is National Social Work Month, the Work staff at the Berger-Goldrich Home of Beth Sholom Village being recognized for its contributions to the health and the residents. In photo are Pam Guthrie, Director of Social and Blue Unit Social Worker, Amy Sonmezler, Orange Unit Worker, and Di'Yan Ward, Sholom Unit Social Worker. Social world" ers help meet the psycho-social needs of residents, serve as advoca for residents and their families ,d coordinate admissions to TI Home. Our greatest satisfaction says Pam Guthrie "is knowing tl we help ease the challenges faced during this stage of life." '! i Sand Volunteers surf boxes for MDA, sew for Navy Relief Residents of Beth Sholom Sands, in partnership with senior volunteers from RSVP, worked together for the Muscu- lar Dystrophy Association. The volunteers sorted and stuffed boxes of supplies for MDA's current fundraiser. In photo at right are Rita Stubbs and Carrie Lundy relax- ing after a hard day's work. Also pictured are Jane Jones and Dorothy Workman in photo below, who put some of the boxes together. In addition to their work for MDA, Sands resident volun- teers are also crocheting afghans and newborn outfits for the Navy Relief Organization. This is a good opportunity to give service to the community and support to the Navy fami- lies at home. ....... " It Pays To Advertise In The JEWISH