There goes Zel, gettin’ ready to pop corn! Pop on Zel! We had low-fat popcorn to eat while we reviewed a movie on brain injury!
Coggin’ away! Kyle teaching a cognitive lesson – hey hey!
Memory matching. DJ got a 90% on his own! Woot woot, good job DJ!
Do you like our sun shade we built for our hens?! Zel and Daniel are caring for the chickens!
Amy and Sherry working on a Tangram. A tangrams is “a Chinese geometric puzzle consisting of a square cut into seven pieces that can be arranged to make various other shapes.” They are like solving jigsaw puzzles except harder! Whew!
YouthWorks Week 7 receiving their brain injury prevention presentation!
Gross motor time.
Scorin’ all the points! Good job.
Cornhole on people, cornhole on!
Jake lookin’ good! Nice smile!
Eva and the YouthWorks peeps! 🙂
YouthWorks helped us to complete our comfort dolls project!
Eva was quality control! This is a project that we help with on behalf of The Kiwanis Club of Accomack. The Kiwanis distributes the dolls to be used with children and the elderly in our community.
Work on my people, work on! You’re doin’ a great job!
Taping the floor for painting.
Paint on! Look at that focus!
A man hard at work.
The painting crew lookin’ hyped (excited) about a job well done!
Awesome-fab! Y’all did a GREAT job!
When YouthWorks got done with painting and the comfort dolls project they helped us to complete more cat toys!
These toys will be donated to local shelter kitties and will be available through a No Limits Fundraiser very soon!
We received this beautiful card from the regional YouthWorks representatives. What an amazing organization! We cannot wait to meet more amazing YouthWorks volunteers next summer. Thank you ALL so very much for everything you have helped us to accomplish!
The “Terrible Two” know just what to do! (Just kidding about being terrible; you guys rock!)
Safety first mowing by the road! Zel likes mowing so much he’s hittin’ his high notes 🙂 .
Sand on y’all!
Everybody’s getting the floor ready for YouthWorks to come and paint for us!
Brandon says “I got it! Time to get to work.”
Thumbs up for our weekly activity fund counting!
Oooh, food here we come! This week we took a trip to Happy Buffet.
It was so good! Amy says “It was the BOMB!”
Laurice Hohlt brought us 2 Monarch butterfly chrysalises to hatch and release. They hatched and we released them into our pollinator garden! Thanks for this awesome opportunity Laurice – and thank you to the Eastern Shore Soil and Water Conservation District for awarding us grant funds to establish this garden!
Calvin accepting delivery of his new bike to help him to get around!
This bike was purchase through the VA DARS BIDS funding! Thanks DARS! Calvin, we can’t wait to see your new ride up and running!!!