Posts by Danielle Procopio

Food Donations for Seniors

A temporary food bank is being set up for Mahoning County residents and will be operating Monday-Thursday from 10am to 2pm. We need food donations and volunteers to help during business hours. We are also in need of sturdy boxes and bags to pack the food for our seniors. Oak Hill Collabortive 507Oak Hill Ave.…

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Senior Action Group

A Senior Action Group was formed by community agencies in response to concerns for home bound seniors during the COVID-19 crisis. We initially formed to address concerns of food security but has evolved to address: Pick-up and delivery of medicine and/or food Transportation to medical appointments Trips to the bank Check-in calls with seniors Sewing…

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Volunteer to Help Seniors During the COVID-19 Outbreak

Volunteer FAQ A quick action group has been organized by the Retired Senior Volunteer Program, the Women League of Voters and Shepherd of the Valley to provide seniors with assistance during the COVID-19 outbreak in our community. Volunteers will pick-up food items from the grocery store or food bank, medications from pharmacies, and deliver them…

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Resources for Seniors During the COVID-19 Pandemic

If you need help and you are unsure of who to contact, call the Help Network of Northeast Ohio at 211 and they will refer you to an agency that can meet your needs. Help with Food Meals on Wheels Mahoning County 330-502-5383 Mahoning County meal delivery service ($7.25 per meal); no delivery cost. SimplyEZ…

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Introducing OneDay

Shepherd of the Valley has partnered with OneDay for Senior Living, a video storytelling app that allows us to create and share videos. It’s a unique opportunity for our residents to have their experiences and stories captured on film and shared with their loved ones. These videos will serve as an eternal gift for their…

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Weekly Reflection for January 24, 2019

One day I was driving my niece home from preschool and I asked her how her day was and what she learned in school. She said, “Hate is bad, love is good, we should love God and Jesus.” Seems like simple advice, yet if we look at our world today in many areas we are…

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Weekly Reflection for January 22, 2019

Something To Think About Rev. Donald P. Barnes, Chaplain “I have come that you might have life and have it more abundantly.”  John 10: 10 Lorra is engaged in a new hobby.  She works at her craft every evening.  She is not always sure how things are going to work out – it’s a free…

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CEU Opportunities

FREE Category A Nursing CEU with Shepherd of the Valley! Thursday, January 102pm or 4pm Mill Creek Metroparks Farm7574 Columbiana-Canfield RoadCanfield, Ohio 44406

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The Virtual Dementia Tour

The Virtual Dementia Tour simulates the effects of aging and  dementia to give families, caregivers and the general public an opportunity to walk in their shoes. Quality care for people dealing with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias begins with caregivers who are sensitive, patient and kind. The Virtual Dementia Tour is a scientifically proven method…

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Liberty Community Update

If you have not had a chance to check out the progress of our Liberty community, our friends at DeSalvo Construction took some drone footage to share! We are excited to see our new campus coming along!#comingsoon #spring2020

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Designer Bag Bingo

  Tickets 1 Ticket $35.00 USD2 Tickets $70.00 USD3 Tickets $105.00 USD4 Tickets $140.00 USD5 Tickets $175.00 USD6 Tickets $210.00 USD7 Tickets $245.00 USDFull Table $280.00 USD

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Flag Retirement Services

Bring your torn or worn out flag to any Shepherd of the Valley throughout the month of September for a proper retirement.   The U.S. Flag Code states, “The flag, when it is in such condition that it is no longer a fitting emblem for display, should be destroyed in a dignified way, preferably by…

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Weekly Reflections with Pastor Barnes – 8/10/2018

How Will You Face Challenges? Rev. Donald P. Barnes, Chaplain Twenty-two years on the assembly line… I Started at Peerless the day I turned eighteen years old. Confined eight hours a day within the walls of a cinder block, windowless factory, I pumped out widgets and daydreamed about a vocation that offered greater meaning and…

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Environmental Career Fair

Environment Career Fair

We are holding our next job fair for environmental services staff (maintenance and housekeeping) at ou Howland community on Friday, July 20th from 10am– 2pm. Jobs are available at our Boardman, Howland, Niles and Poland communities, so stop in to interview with our team! Open interviews will be conducted for each position opening. All available…

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Help Harlene’s Ministry

Meet Harlene!  Harlene is an Assisted Living resident at Shepherd of the Valley. In her free time, she sews dresses for underprivileged girls of Panama. Harlene is in need of cotton fabrics, universal sewing machine needles, white thread, ricrac and ribbon trim. Until the end of August, we will be collecting these necessities and additional notions…

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