NEWSLETTERS
Issues of SJCS Senior Buzz 
SJCS Meals on Wheels Newsletter November 2020

Karen, now a disabled veteran and volunteer veteran’s advocate, still found a way to care for others after her injury, from supporting her husband and son to acting as a caregiver for her mother-in-law. 

Read her story!

SJCS Meals on Wheels Newsletter October 2020

In recognition of SJCS volunteers, the Breakfast Exchange Club of Nashua visited our community site at the Nashua Senior Activity Center to present Site Director Jessica L'HommeDieu with a special plaque of recognition.

Read more about this honor!

SJCS Meals on Wheels Newsletter August/September 2020

SJCS/Meals on Wheels is excited to welcome Kristin Kostecki as our next Vice President. With more than 20 years of experience in the field of human services, she joins us from Curriculum Associates where she served as an Account Specialist. Prior to that, Kristin was the Director of Student and Adult Services at the Crotched Mountain Foundation.
 

"We're thrilled to welcome Kristin to our team," said Jon Eriquezzo, President of SJCS. "She was at the top of a very deep pool of candidates and we're looking forward to her expertise and leadership at our organization."

 

Kristin will be joining the team on September 14th.

 

Read more about Kristin!

SJCS Meals on Wheels Newsletter July 2020

After 25 years with St. Joseph Community Services, I am retiring from my position as head of this agency. It has been the honor of my life to have worked with such a caring team of people for such a great cause. Together our volunteers; staff, board members, and community supporters have fed the hungry, visited the lonely and advocated for an often forgotten segment of our community: our older and disabled adults.

 

To each of you reading this, thank you for the many ways you have supported the mission of this agency.

Warm regards,

 

Meghan Brady

 

Read the rest of this issue!

SJCS Senior Buzz
SJCS Meals on Wheels Newsletter June 2020

Dear Friends,
 

Welcome to the Senior Buzz- our June newsletter!
 

We truly cannot begin to express our sincere gratitude for this amazing community of caring. As an essential service, our agency is facing a myriad of challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Thanks to all of you and your kindness, we are able to meet these challenges while helping those in need. From charitable donations, to volunteer service prepping food and delivering meals, to donations of masks(including hundreds that were handmade) and other materials, you are indeed a community of caring!

Read more about how we are meeting the challenges we  face!

SJCS Meals on Wheels Newsletter Special Double Issue! December and January
Congressman Chris Pappas Visits
Carpenter Center in Manchester

We were excited to host Congressman Chris Pappas at the Carpenter Center in Manchester on Wednesday, November 27th! During his visit he spent time packing and serving meals, talking with older adults, and seeing firsthand the impact our services are making in the lives of Hillsborough County’s older adults every day. What a wonderful opportunity to highlight our programs and services to Congressman Pappas and others in the community. We are grateful for his donation of time and his support for the older adults whom we serve!

Read more about Senator Pappas' visit!

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Mission Statement

 

St. Joseph Community Services fosters

independence and life enrichment for seniors and other qualified adults through nutrition, social engagement and community services.

Community Partners

395 Daniel Webster Highway, Merrimack, NH 03054 PH 603.424.9967 FAX 603.424.1472 

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