What we’ve heard – November 30, 2020


Good people doing good things I: When Jim Cavallario of the St. Matthew Parish maintenance department put out the call for volunteers, parishioners Chester and William Reha answered. They not only groom the grounds, but help maintain, service and repair the groundskeeping equipment. Chet, an alumnus of St. Matthew School, performed his Eagle Scout project cutting back and recycling dense overgrowth around the perimeter of the grounds, making it safer and easier to maintain.

Speaking of St. Matthew School, they want to hear from anyone who attended between 1963 and 2010. Email [email protected].

Good people doing good things II: When nonagenarian Eva Hicks was about to be discharged from Our Lady of Hope Health Center after completing a month of rehab, she told staff members that her sister, also a nonagenarian, lives in North Carolina and wasn’t available to give her a ride to her Richmond home. So, staff members Jenna Swann, Meredith Auchmoody and Amy Boles used the Our Lady of Hope bus and transported Ms. Hicks home.

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