Friday Blogging

Half done, half to go!  Steve enjoyed working on his first art project at No Limits – he is making a vase to give as a gift.
Quack, quack, quack!  The kind staff at Parksley Livestock Supply allowed us to get an up close look at their baby ducks.
It’s hard to see but Brandon is buffing one of the finished rocks recently polished here at No Limits in our “at home” rock tumbler.  Buff away Brando!
Zel’s height came in handy to hang the AED sign.  Great work!
Maryann and Zel are working hard to keep the grounds closest to the building neat and tidy.  It looks really great!  Check out the finished product of this space in the pic below.
Finished!  B-e-a-utiful!  A big thank you to Brandon, David, and Calvin for assisting with this project too.
We let our spring lettuce crop go to seed and then spread those seeds last month in order to produce a volunteer fall lettuce crop.  Thank you to Laurice Hohlt for donating the original lettuce plants.  They lasted 2 seasons and may even last more!
Brandon was keeping a close eye on the pollinator garden while Maryann was mowing.  He ensured that none of the flowering plants were cut down.
Happy birthday Jason, and many, many more!  Thank you to Jason’s mom, Liz, for donating pizza and cake to make Jason’s party extra special and tasty!
Time to blow out the candles Jason!  What did you wish for?
Early morning yard work to prepare the garden for fall crops.  Four men working hard!
C L and Zel enjoying a sunny and breezy morning waiting for the rest of the buses to arrive at No Limits.
We’ve been collecting soda can tabs for over a year and recently donated them to the Ronald McDonald House in Richmond!  We are so glad the tabs have gone to a great cause.

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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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