Jackson County Interfaith Volunteers

Helping You Put Your Faith in Action

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Volunteers Make the World Go Around

Interfaith Volunteers and Jackson County Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) held their annual volunteer appreciation luncheon on April 8th at Evangelical Lutheran Church. Over 100 volunteers came together for food and fellowship. The theme was Volunteers Make the World Go Around.

“This year’s theme seemed extremely fitting as our volunteers come together to help in this big world. It reminds me of the saying ‘To the world, you may only be one person, but to one person you may the world’ and in the case with some of our care receivers that is so true,” stated Lori Chown, Interfaith Program Director. “Having someone to visit, help with shopping, or transportation is vital when you are homebound.”

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For more information on Interfaith Volunteers, visit www.jcivc.org or call 715-284-7058.

Congratulations to Barb Simonis on winning the Keurig Coffee Basket! 

Interfaith was able to add almost 100 new Facebook followers to their page during the campaign. Thank you to all who liked or shared the post!

Interfaith relies on the support of the community to help recruit volunteers.  

Pictured is the 2019 Board of Directors for Interfaith Volunteers: 

Back Row: Ron Perry, Rozanne Ruzic, Julie Drace, Mike Rohrbach, Ron Danielson, Greg Eddy, Judy Hansen-Vice President, Shawn Callisto, Time for You Program Coordinator, Rick DobbsTreasurer 

Front Row: Steve Schreiber, Brooke Aldach-Secretary, Robyn Matousek, Marianne TorkelsonBoard President, Lori Chown-Program Director, Carol Jarrett-Program Assistant Board Members 

not pictured: Kathy Powell, Dave Oreskovich, and Hattie Walker.

Music in Memory is a valuable part of Time For You

Julie Drace, plays Christmas music on our new piano at our Time For You Respite Program.  Research has found that musical memories are preserved in people with advanced dementia because these parts of the brain have not been affected by the disease.  At Time For You, we incorporate music in to our every day activities, helping our participants feel more at home.