On April 28, six Jubilee members were accompanied by staff to experience the Nicholas Conservatory Butterfly exhibit. Members enjoyed interacting and examining the multiple species of beautiful butterflies on display. One member stated that he felt fortunate to be able to see this exhibit and would not have had the opportunity without the assistance of the Jubilee Center.
Jubilee members have the opportunity to participate in cooking classes monthly. Participants usually choose a favorite dish to create and with help from staff have a wonderful time measuring, mixing, slicing and dicing to concoct a delicious dish to share with other members.
John gets his first bus pass. Now he can get around the city and take care of his business riding in safe, reliable transportation.
Jubilee members always look forward to a hot breakfast on cold mornings, thanks to the volunteers who provide this wonderful food.
Jubilee ladies enjoyed a women's "Pamper Me Day" which consisted of skin care, facials and fingernail painting. This was all in preparation for attending the 14th Annual "Purple Tea" with friends, hosted by "The Black Healthcare Initiative Coalition." This year's topic was colon cancer prevention. Festivities were held at Giovanni's.
This is a very happy Jubilee member as Linda cuts and styles his hair. Linda comes every month or so and offers her time and talents to make sure our members look their best.
It's free fruit and veggie day at the Jubilee! Mark has found his favorites and will be able to enjoy healthy, nutritious food compliments of a local grocery store that shares its extras with us.
We appreciate our Jubilee volunteers! Staff held a special event honoring those who volunteer to help with a myriad of tasks at the Jubilee Center each day. Each volunteer received a framed certificate noting their indispensable value to the Center and its members..