Friday Blogging

Amy dehydrating lemon balm grown in our Pollinator Garden!  Thank you to YouthWorks volunteers for helping us to pick the lemon balm!
We think there has been activity in our bee house! Are you doing your part to help Native Pollinators on the Eastern Shore?! We grow native flowers and provide bee, bird, and butterfly houses on our property to attract native pollinators! Thank you to the Eastern Shore Soil & Water Conservation District for awarding us grant funding to help establish and upkeep the No Limits Pollinator Garden!
Bundick Well & Pump came out to mark our drain fields and taught Zel how to use the “dowsing rods”.  So cool!
We were told that not every one is able to use these rods to find a drain field. They say that Zel had the magic touch!  Good work Zel.
We celebrated Amy’s birthday this week! Happy birthday Amy!
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Visiting with our buddy Matt on an Outreach Visit where we get to spend time with survivors of brain injury who are not able to come to program regularly!

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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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