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4 GENERALS


editorial@robson.com — September 2012


Calendar of events Calendar for Neighbors Who Care for


September For more information call NWC at 480-


895-7133 September 3 – Neighbors Who Care


offi ce is closed. No services will be available that day. September 8 - Open House noon to 2:00


p.m. SLUMC Community Table Information about NWC. Volunteer opportunities and Client Services. September 10 – NWC Caregiver Support


Group 1:00–3:00 p.m. at Risen Savior Lutheran Church. Facilitator: Bonnie Kosar, MSW 480-895-7133. September 11 – Service Leader Meeting


at 1:00 p.m. NWC Bass Volunteer Room. Planning for the 2012-13 open house events. September 13 – AARP Driver Safety


Program 12:30–4:30 p.m. NWC Bass Volunteer Room. Pre-registration necessary, $12 for AARP members and $14 for non-AARP members. Required for NWC Van Drivers and recommended for all NWC drivers. Presented by AARP and NWC.


September 17 – NWC Caregiver Support


Group 1:00-3:00 p.m. at Risen Savior Lutheran Church. Facilitator: Bonnie Kosar, MSW 480-895-7133. September 18 – NWC Auto Check 8:00-


10:00 a.m. Sun Lakes Country Club, west parking lot. September 18 – NWC and Edward Jones


co-host Educational Forum at 9:00 a.m. at Sun Lakes United Methodist Church, 9248 E Riggs Rd. “Arizona Ballot Measures: You Make the Law.” Speaker: Eric Ehst. September


27 – NWC Volunteer


Neighbors Who Care hosts ballot measure forum


24 – NWC Caregiver


Support Group 1:00-3:00 p.m. at Risen Savior Lutheran Church. Facilitator: Bonnie Kosar, MSW 480-895-7133. September


Orientation Class 1:00-3:00 p.m. Finger printing and ID photos taken that day. NWC Bass Volunteer Room. Call 480-895-7133 to register. September 27- NWC Finger printing and


ID photo make-up day. Those volunteers who have not had their fi ngerprints or photo ID. Bring your current driver license and insurance card for your NWC Volunteer fi le. 


Looking for a few good friends


Eric Ehst, Executive Director, Neighbors Who Care, Inc We are excited to launch a new


program to recognize and thank those who make our work possible, Friends of Neighbors Who Care. Without the support of the local community (that’s you), Neighbors Who Care would not exist. We receive 85% of our money and nearly 100% of our volunteers


Lakes and south Chandler communities we serve. Friends will


our community partners; recognize and celebrate community involvement in whatever


form it takes, anything that


helps us to improve the quality of life for the homebound and disabled neighbors we serve or to educate and aid the overall community. Who do we include as Friends?


from the Sun showcase all of


Everyone who supports our community! We invite all individuals, community and faith groups, businesses, clubs, and civic


— FRIENDS cont. on page 66


Eric Ehst, executive director of Neighbors Who Care. In Arizona, what you vote for


(ballot


measures) often makes more of a difference in your life than who you vote for. Neighbors Who Care and our friends


at Edward Jones are sponsoring a free educational forum on the 2012 “Arizona Ballot Measures: You Make the Law!” Speaker Eric


Ehst, current executive


director of Neighbors Who Care and former communications coordinator for the Metro Phoenix League of Women Voters, will explain each measure on the 2012 ballot and how it can affect you. The presentation will take you beneath


the campaign rhetoric and annoying junk mail


to give an unbiased look at what a


“Yes” or “No” vote really means. You will learn who’s behind and who’s against each


proposition, where the money’s


coming from and possible unintended consequences. The event will be held on Tuesday,


September 18, at 9:00 a.m. at the Sun Lakes United Methodist Church, 9248 E Riggs Rd. This is one of a monthly series of


free forums on topics of community


interest being put on by Edward Jones and Neighbors Who Care. 


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