By Evan Ratke For George W. Marget, III, it’s not simply a matter of volunteering with an organization. It’s a desire to experience the efforts of that organization up close and learn how he can best contribute. As a new member of the Board of Directors for Lutheran Family Services of Virginia, Marget is looking […]Read More.
By Rob Jackson At the start of summer, after my junior year of studying music education, my advanced methods professor emailed the class asking for volunteers to teach trombone lessons to two eager special-needs students at the Minnick School in Harrisonburg. I play trombone, and with my practicum at a local high school wrapping up, […]Read More.
By Dan Montgomery It’s fair to say that Wanda Fisher was raised for a life of public service and community involvement. She grew with just that sort of family in Westmoreland County, on Virginia’s Northern Neck. “Life revolved around school and church,” she says. “With my family, service was always important. My father, at 92, […]Read More.
By Ariana Estes The crisp blue sky highlights Mill Mountain in the distance as individuals from Roanoke Day Support enjoy the view of the city from the top of Center in the Square. This popular Roanoke spot offers more than just great views — there is a living coral reef aquarium, the Roanoke Pinball Museum and many […]Read More.
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