Friday Blogging April 9, 2021

Rachel’s husband, John, helped to resolve a weed problem in the pollinator garden by helping us to till the soil.
John also helped us to cut the legs off of a few of our raised boxes because they were ready to be “dropped to the ground”. Thanks for all of your help John!
Dottie Bott-Travis helped us to plant some winter vegetables and flowers this past fall. This our last surviving flower. We call it the “lone survivor”! Thanks again to Dottie for all of your help in the garden.
Three musketeers hard at work planting flowers where John tilled!
The No Limits Water Girl! Melissa helped water the new flowers Thanks Melissa!
Brandon making sure our fruit trees are growing well.
What a great group we had for Cognitive Rehabilitation during Virtual No Limits this week!
Kindle class with Rachel! Rachel taught Melissa how to use her new Kindle. Kindles allow members of No Limits to stay connected to their peers, family, and local businesses in a virtual manner. This is a much needed resource here on the rural Eastern Shore. Melissa and Rachel are maskless because they are proudly 2 weeks post vaccination. Congratulations!
Adrian, Angela, David, and Kyle all pitched in to make sure the lawnmower is ready for the cutting season.

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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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