Friday Blogging

We enjoyed the free showing of the “Misty the Pony” Movie at the Island Theatre this week.  Afterward we enjoyed lunch and got to see some ponies in real life!  It was nice!
Italian ice for the chickens!  (It’s not really Italian ice, we make the No Limits’ hens frozen corn treats for the hot summer days!)
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Happy birthday Corina, and many, many more!
David says “Look at the fruits of our harvest!”  Zel says “That looks exquisite and scrumptious!”  Amy says “The cantaloupe was THE BOMB!”  All of this produce was grown in the No Limits Community Garden. 🙂
Jason relaxing before the Elton Trower Memorial Cookout begins!
The safety crew keeping us safe working on van inspections.  Thanks for the help y’all!
Work on Amy with your bad self, sew those cat toys!  And by bad we mean AWESOME!
We always enjoy our United Way Exercise group with Betsy!  Exercise on everybody!
David grilling up some burgers for the Elton Trower Memorial Cook Out.  Our dear friend, Grandmaster Elton Trower, unfortunately passed away in July of 2015 and it has become a tradition to celebrate his life each July with a classic cook out.
We were so pleased that Elton’s family was able to make it to the memorial cook out as well!  Thank you so much for joining us!
Long-time member of No Limits, Matt, hand made these posters in 2016 when we held our first Elton Trower Memorial Cook Out.  Elton and Matt were great friends, and to honor Elton’s life, as well as their friendship, Matt made these posters in his memory.

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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.

One thought on “Friday Blogging”

  1. I really enjoy your blogging. It keeps me informed on what is going on in Virginia.
    I finally have my own place, it is an efficiency but it’s good enough for me. My brother Ti8 passed away this month he was only 74. He was younger than me. I was living with him when I came up here. I now have inherited his cat. I never owned a cat before so wish me luck. Love Maureen

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