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Suydam Church United Methodist Women donate to FVOAS

Published: Saturday, March 18, 2017 5:30 a.m. CDT
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Roberta Wesson (left), president of Suydam UMC-UMW, presents a check to Patty Steffens, FVOAS business development director.

As the hearts on the FVOAS Valentine’s Tree show, love comes in all forms. A generous donation was presented to Fox Valley Older Adult Services by Roberta Wesson, president of the Suydam United Methodist Women’s Group.

By their recent donation to FVOAS, the women’s group supports area seniors in life-enriching programs that improve and enrich vital, independent living, enhance dignity and self-respect, and encourage participation in community life.

Through the generosity of civic organizations, businesses and private donors, FVOAS, for the past 44 years, has been able to help seniors continue to live vital and independent lives in their own homes. Through active adult activities at the senior center, adult day service and home services, now including 24/7 private home services, FVOAS and its partner, Voluntary Action Center, assist thousands of seniors in DeKalb, Kane, Kendall, LaSalle and Bureau counties.

For more information on services, call 815-786-9404 or stop by the Fox Valley Community Center at 1406 Suydam Road, Sandwich.

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