Friday Blogging, 7/8/16

Jake and friends harvesting catnip.
Some of the No Limits crew working on a Cognitive activity…can you spot the goofiness hidden in this picture??
Jason would like you to know he has a Bad Foot.
David doing a good job helping the Youthworks group clean our sign. Work on, David, work on!
DJ helped scrub up our sign too! Thanks DJ!
This is what you call a “volunteer”. Someone told us it is called a Spanish Rose, we don’t remember planting it!
Brandon with an Aloe Vera plant we rescued. It was at death’s door when it arrived but it is thriving now!
Three guys working hard setting up our new sprinkler.
Matt & Kyle getting catnip ready to be dehydrated (Rachel asked Matt to “freeze” and so he did!)
DJ helping out with bookkeeping for the No Limits Cafe.
Matt The Money Man!! Working on the weekly financial report.
Our only surviving lettuce plant, courtesy of the generosity of Laurice Hohlt, AKA “Zel’s Lunch”.
Matt & Zel packaging Comfort Dolls for the Kiwanis Club of Accomack County.
Jason relaxing while Faith works hard – he is supervising!! We are so grateful to Faith for her help sewing up the catnip toys we made with┬áhep from Youthworks.
DJ and David working on the dolls project on behalf of the Kiwanis.
DJ and Rachel finishing up. Each blank comfort doll is placed in a bag with a marker and a note. The Kiwanis distributes the dolls to be used with children and the elderly in our community.

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No Limits Eastern Shore is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of survivors of brain injury on the beautiful Eastern Shore of Virginia. In September 2012 we were awarded a contract by the Virginia Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services to operate the No Limits day program in Onancock, VA.

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