The memo below describes No Limits Eastern Shore’s current response to the novel coronavirus outbreak. This information is also in a tab our website. We are monitoring the situation carefully and will post any further updates as events progress.
We enjoyed an awesome performance this week from a local singing group called “Just Us Singers”. We had a great time singing along and even dancing with members from the group! Check out pictures and even a video of the Just Us Singers performing at No Limits below:
No Limits Eastern Shore is deeply saddened to announce the passing of our dear friend and longtime No Limits member William Henry Sample. Mr. William, as he was known to us, left this world on the same day that he entered it, on March 1.
William Sample was a kind and thoughtful man who loved the Lord with all his heart. He loved listening to gospel music and he had a beautiful voice that he would lift in praise. He will be very missed, may he rest in peace.
Please enjoy a video of William singing one of his favorite songs at No Limits a few years back.
Each year members and staff from No Limits attend “Brain Injury Awareness Day” at the Virginia General Assembly in Richmond in order to promote brain injury awareness as well as to advocate for brain injury services. Check out photos of members and staff preparing for/attending Brain Injury Awareness Day below!
Samantha teaching Brandon the best way to staple our packets for delivery. This year we delivered hand-made dog biscuits to all of the Delegates and Senators at the Virginia General Assembly.
Having a good time walking to the General Assembly from the parking garage.
Strike a pose! Representative Kyle was pictured walking with his trusty legislative aides, C L and Brandon! (haha!)
Posing for a picture while waiting for a meeting with Senator Lynwood Lewis!
Brandon, C L, and Kyle were all smiles after working hard at the General Assembly in advocating for brain injury services!
We found this nice lady outside to take a picture with too. Just kidding, it’s Emma!