We look forward to seeing everyone at our Independence Day Pig Roast & Extended Swim this Friday evening. Food and fun starts at 6PM at the Clubhouse with the pool remaining open until 9PM. Cold drinks, pulled pork and warm conversation...what a nice way to start the July 4th Weekend!
The City of Milford will be performing a water flow test at 9am on Tuesday, June 15th at the fire hydrant by Condo Bldg. 46. Residents in the immediate vicinity may notice a slight discoloration when they first turn their water on soon after the testing. This should clear up quickly as you continue to run the water.
The LadyBug Shop would love to give all of the residents at Hearthstone Manor a free $5 Gift Certificate to the LadyBug Shop. Hearthstone Residents stop by the LadyBug Shop Wednesday - Friday from 10AM - 6PM and Saturday from 10AM - 2PM to pick up their gift certificate.
Volunteers are needed to revive the Hearthstone Heartbeat newsletter. This was a newsletter by the residents of Hearthstone for the residents of Hearthstone. Please contact Charlie Campbell, email@example.com, or Suzanne Murphy(firstname.lastname@example.org) if you would like to help. Charlie's number is 302-422-3163
Graphics Design and/or prior newsletter experience is helpful.
The Mispillion Maritime Association is looking for new members. Please contact Dan Bond 302-228-6590 (cell) if you are interested in seeing more water activities along the Mispillion River in Milford, DE.
Connecting Generations is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide creative programs and services that help Delaware’s children and adults lead purposeful, fulfilling and self-directed lives. Founded in 1990 by retired DuPont executive Robert Kasey, Connecting Generations currently offers three programs:
Creative Mentoring offers the only statewide, free mentor training program supported by Delaware’s Department of Education, supporting more than 700 active adult mentors in more than 80 school-wide programs throughout the state.
Seasons of Respect offers an in-class workshop series designed for fifth grade students. Led by a Seasons of Respect facilitator, workshops offer interactive experiences where children creatively learn how to behave with respect toward peers and others, helping them to be able to take advantage of many opportunities that can help them become confident, caring, contributing citizens. Initially piloted in 2006, this growing program is now in 11 public schools in Delaware with over 70 classes scheduled in 2007. Seasons of Respect was developed in concert with the Positive Behavior Support Project of the University of Delaware and the Attorney General’s Bully Prevention Program.
Creative Transitions offers workshops for adults that lead participants through a process of recovering the lessons of their lives; realistically assessing where they are today; and charting a truly rewarding and fulfilling future recognizing the need to pass on their legacy to those who follow them. Workshops have been focused on adults over 50 years of age who are transitioning from the work world to retirement, although we are now considering supporting adults at all stages of their lives, including the transition from high school to university, graduation to entering the work world, and transitioning from one career to another.