Zel and Sherry making Ms. Maggie Byrd’s Holiday Punch! For those of you who aren’t familiar with Maggie, she was an original participant of No Limits’ day program who created the quote: “Our name is No Limits because there are no limits to what we can try to do.”
Dress on Zel with your bad self – Zel dressed up like a leprechaun in the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day.
Are y’all twins?! Haha, Zel looks just like Hugg.
Oh, we’re hungry! More cabbage please!
Zel singing a tune with June.
Sing on people with your bad selves. Zel and Amy getting their groove on! Groovin’ on up!
Zel and Emma teaching everyone how to dance to “The Unicorn” song.
Amy caught on quick – unicorn on my people, woot woot!
Maryann getting into the Irish spirit and dancing a jig! Jig on Maryann!
A traditional anniversary meal, corned beef, cabbage, and potatoes. Yum yum, it was delicious, more please!
Jason’s mother, Liz, came dressed as a true Irish fairy to deliver yummy cupcakes….
…and gold coins for good luck.
Two friends enjoying each other’s company. Thank you to all of our special guests who helped to make our first anniversary party a success!
What a busy week we’ve had! This week we celebrated our 15th anniversary as No Limits. Thank you to everyone who joined us to help make our special day even more special! In this picture you see Brandon, Diane, Zel, and Matt awaiting the festivities.
We also walked our first walking trail this week. No Limits is currently helping Eastern Shore Healthy Communities assess and promote the Eastern Shore’s awesome selection of nature and walking trails. Please stay tuned to our blog next week for a further update on our party, the walking trails project, and more!
One of our first activities in our new building – so exciting!
Learning about leap years. We love to learn something new every day.
Chickens finding dinner in their new home.
A successful first day at the new No Limits!
Trying to pick a Kate Award winner was so hard we were in tears. All of the applicants did such a great job and their essays were very touching. Stay tuned with our weekly blog to find out who won this year’s Kate Award!
Rachel is hoping for a happy outcome with fixing the stove. Amy says “this is proof that a woman’s work is never done!”
Being an electrician is hard work. Thanks for fixing the stove y’all, the potatoes were delish!