Friday Blogging

Enjoying our magnificent lunch at the Manna Cafe on Chincoteague Island!  The Manna Cafe is a nonprofit organization that serves free hot lunches to members of the community in need every single Monday at the Chincoteague United Methodist Church.
A group of us posed for a shot with Fran Lytle (in the light blue) the founder of the Manna Cafe.  Thank you to the Manna Cafe for all the great work y’all do to help out the community!
Early mornin’ camelia commencement!
We bought a rock polishing machine from National Geographic so that we can turn rough rocks into smooth stones!  It was a rocky start learning to use the machine but from here we hope the process will be as smooth as the rocks inside the machine, hahaha!
We can’t wait to see the finished product!  Here’s what the rocks look like before being polished.
Our board member Laurice Hohlt donated dill plants that had gone to seed in order for us to harvest the seeds and plant our own dill.  Zel says he can’t wait to make pickles next spring!
Coni Chandler from Intrepid Home Health Services came in to give us a lesson on dehydration.  Zel and Steve say “She quenched our thirst for knowledge on staying hydrated!”  Thank you Coni!
Steve, Zel, and David feeding the chickens grain so that they can graze all weekend.  Great team work!

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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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