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Good Shepherd Nursing Home Honors Volunteers with “Hearts Full of Grace”
“Everybody can be great because anybody can serve,” Dr. Martin Luther King once said in recognition of the contributions that volunteers make to American life. “You don’t have to have a college degree to serve… you only need a heart full of grace, a soul generated by love.”
Good Shepherd Nursing Home in Wheeling honored the dozens of people with hearts full of grace who volunteer their time to make life better for its residents. Administrator Donald R. Kirsch presided over a recent luncheon that honored the contributions of Good Shepherd volunteers.
“We’re grateful for the wonderful people who choose to spend time with our residents,” he said. Volunteers assist at Daily Mass, in the Dining Room at meals, and with the activities that Good Shepherd offers every day for its residents. “Their acts of kindness mean the world to us.”
The event was arranged by the nursing home’s Certified Activities Director Carol Bowman and her staff. Good Shepherd Chef J.T. Porter prepared a meal for the volunteers that included sliced beef with mushroom gravy, Yukon gold mashed potatoes, fresh broccolini, fresh fruit cup and cheesecake with strawberries.