Monthly Archives: January 2013

Words with Friends: RESPECT

We’ve started playing a new game in the dining room. Each week, we hang an important word on a string of lights. We’ve invited our residents, staff, and volunteers to write down what that word means to them on index cards and hang them on a cork board. We’d like to share with you some of… Read more »

Words with Friends: HOPE

We’ve started playing a new game in the dining room. Each week, we hang an important word on a string of lights. We’ve invited our residents, staff, and volunteers to write down what that word means to them on index cards and hang them on a cork board. We’d like to share with you some of… Read more »

Volunteering with Kids

Today is Martin Luther King Day, which has become almost synonymous with volunteering and community service.  I hope everyone has the opportunity to serve others in some way today! Since I started college, volunteering has been an important part of my life.  I often start volunteering somewhere new for a somewhat selfish reason, usually to… Read more »

Words with Friends at Palmetto Place

We’ve started playing a new game in the dining room. Each week, we hang an important word on a string of lights. We’ve invited our residents, staff, and volunteers to write down what that word means to them on index cards and hang them on a cork board. We’d like to share with you some of… Read more »

Christmas at Palmetto Place

Happy New Year! I hope 2013 has begun on a positive, happy note for you. I thought I’d share Palmetto Place’s Christmas holiday with you today. First let me say that Christmas for 15 kids is quite a feat, one that we couldn’t possibly pull off by ourselves. It truly takes a village to provide… Read more »