1133 Washington St E, 24901 Lewisburg, WV
The Community Service Award is presented to the person/s who demonstrates in his or her life the attributes of the Shepherd’s Center of Greenbrier Valley’s three tenets: lifelong learning, service to others, and spiritual growth.
This person demonstrates a quest for lifelong learning and sharing knowledge with our community, values and seeks spiritual growth and is active in a local faith community. This person gives of his/her time, talents and resources to the citizens of the Greenbrier Valley. This service is done quietly, consistently and with good judgment and a joyful heart and can be said to enrich the life of our community.
Shepherd’s Center wants to recognize the talents and wisdom of our older adults, the Greenbrier Valley’s greatest natural resource. Shepherd’s Center Board of Trustees and members of sponsoring congregations will make the nominations and selection.
The annual Community Service Award luncheon is the main source of funding for the ministry of the Shepherd’s Center of Greenbrier Valley. Tickets to the luncheon and ads for the program booklet can be purchased from members of the Board of Trustees.
September 15th, 2020 - CSA Facebook LIVE Event
There will be a video presentation of the Lohmeyers from award-winning B.J. Gudmundsson.
For more information call the Shepherd's Center
Office at 304-645-4196.
Rich and Judy have made tremendous contributions to the Town of Alderson and the Alderson area.
Rich is active in the Alderson Ministerial Association which has just completed the renovation of their new (to them) building to house the Thrift Shop and more. He uses his talents as a ‘chef’ to support Alderson Main Street by cooking a Corned Beef and Cabbage Dinner as a fund raiser; helping organize and cooking for the Alderson Community Picnic; cooking a gourmet dinner as a fund raiser for the Greenbrier Historical Society; preparing food for the Communities in Schools fundraiser; cooking dinner for the winner of the Alderson Main Street Raffle and 5 friends; and so much more.
Judy has leadership roles as president of Alderson Main Street and chair of the Alderson Library Board. She can speak to the media or serve at a tea with equal equanimity. She shows her support by attending many functions related to tourism and economic development. The raffle by Alderson Main Street is its largest fundraiser; was her idea; and she coordinates it.
When new people move into the community, you just pray that they are like Rich and Judy! They step in where they can help and listen to the issues and problems before suggesting actions. They have broad interests and care about everyone. Whether it is time or treasure, they invest in our town and we are so much the better for it.
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