Thank you Georgina Quinn for capturing moments of our 2019 May Luncheon held at Rock Springs Center. Wonderful ladies and memories.
The Service League is busy with giving our time, our energy, and our resources to many organizations in the community.
We are proud to present a check for $25,000 to the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals on June 2, 2019. Pictured above is Dave Jordan, Ann Taylor and Danette Pugh.
Here is another great pictures of the members who volunteered their time at the 3rd Annual Ronald McDonald Telethon with WNCT.
Debbie Adams, Susan Thornton , Cindy Collie, Ann Taylor, Danette Pugh, Wilma Shackelford
Gwen Gordon just love animals. As the Chair of the Special Projects Committee, she coordinated a list of much needed items to support Spay Today. This effort will further assist with their mission of providing low cost spay/neuter services for dogs and cats in Pitt and surrounding counties. Many thanks to all the members who brought these items to the first General Meeting in September.
Members of Spay Today were happy to receive the delivery!
Thanks to the members who volunteered at the 3rd Annual Ronald McDonald Telethon with WNCT. The ladies had a great time together and the Telethon reached over $26,000 in pledges! Pictured above (left to right): Lori Wagner, Debbie Adams, Martha Bloss, Beth Harman, Nancy MacGilvray, Dorothy Smith, Susan Thornton, Cindy Collie, Arlene Ferren.
The Service League of Greenville Hospice House, located on 920 Wellness Drive
Greenville, NC, provides end -of-life care in the spacious eight-bed house with the comforts of home.
The Memory Tree sculpture that is on the entrance wall is made up of bronze, aluminum, and copper leaves that can be inscribed with the names of those who have passed away at the Hospice House. Family members or friends who want to honor the memory of those people who were dear to them can purchase a leaf to memorialize their loved one.
Service League members set tables on the fourth Thursday of each month to serve a meal to all Hospice House guests. Gail Joyner, Donna Moore, Beth Beasley, and Betty leRoux served a meal in February. Ellen Crawley, Anna Fay Campbell, Mary Lou Cherry, and Barbara Bowser served guests in March. Our current Chairperson, Betty leRoux, provides sign-up sheets on the back tables at the general meeting for members to sign up to serve a meal.
In case you missed the celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Hospice House last October, here is a recap with member Martha Bloss, Chair of Hospice House last year.
On Thursday, April 11, 2019, Hospice volunteers were honored for their service.
Memory Bear workshop is scheduled for May 11, 2019. Sewing experience is NOT required.
For more information on the Hospice House, contact Angelina Brittle at 252-847-0879 or Crystal Corbett, Vidant Health Foundations at 252-847-1230.
In the first edition of the 2019 City Flare Magazine, one can read and learn a bit of history about the three gift shops run by the Service League of Greenville. The article was comprised and written by Cassie Causey and Kim Sayers who are League members and also members in the Communications Committee chaired by Susan Thornton.
Find copies of City Flare Magazine at local businesses around town and come visit our gift shops!
The Service League of Greenville gathered at one its members’ new business, Simply Divine Oil and Wine, located at 692 E Arlington Blvd, for a fun social last Thursday. Owner Kim Sayers opened her store and welcomed the members to gather and relax and catch up amongst friends. Thanks to all the ladies who attended and thank you Kim for your hospitality!
On Saturday February 23, 2019, the Service League of Greenville 56th Annual Charity Ball was held at Rock Springs Center.
Thanks to the efforts of Chairpersons Marcia Pleasants and Theresa Warren and the Charity Ball Committee, approximately 280 guests attended the Ball and danced to live music by The Embers.
Click on the Daily Reflector Scene Around for more photos! http://www.reflector.com/Gallery/Scene-Around-Service-League-Of-Greenville-Charity-Ball
Busy bees in the month of February 2019!
It was so busy and sales were flying off the shelf at the Vidant Main Gift Shop on Valentines Day. We had time to take only a few pictures in between the wrappings!
And of course our biggest event of the year, the Annual Charity Ball is on February 23, 2019. Chairs Theresa Warren and Marcia Pleasants and all the committee members are making the final details and decorations for “An English Country Garden”. It’s been reported that the Queen herself may be there! You wouldn’t want to miss it!
Under the leadership of Gwen Gordon, our Special Projects Committee has been making the rounds! Delivering crayons, activity books, and coloring books to Vidant Hospital are members Carol Rados and Brenda Whichard. These supplies will be used by the children who are at the hospital but are not allowed to go into visitations. The purchase of these supplies came from the sale of dog chews which is a spinoff of the Blanket Workshop Project.
Here is another delivery of supplies to the Creative Living Center. Members donated paper products, trash bags, magazines and other items at the February General Membership meeting. These supplies are much needed and appreciated by the Creative Living Center staff.
Our thanks to all the hard work by the Special Projects Committee!