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By: Marissa Salvesen on July 2nd, 2015

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Prudential Volunteers Offer Helping Hands at Wesley Village

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Prudential_Volunteers1Shelton, CT (June 23, 2015) - Volunteers from Prudential Annuities offered helping hands on the Wesley Village Campus, Thursday, June 11th, as part of a company-wide day of caring.

Several Prudential employees came from Shelton, and as far away as New Jersey and Philadelphia, to be part of the volunteer efforts.

The group of twenty-six volunteers helped with weeding, sweeping, and yardwork tasks across the 40-acre campus, as well as facilitating a variety of activities (e.g. bowling, bingo, baking) with residents. 

Pictured in the photo is the Prudential volunteer group and Crosby Commons resident, Don Walkley. 

“The Prudential volunteers were wonderful,” said Barbara Quinn, Director of Volunteer Services at Wesley Village. “We look forward to working with them again in the future and can’t thank them enough for their time and effort.”

Wesley Village is located at 580 Long Hill Avenue in Shelton and offers award-winning independent and assisted living, short-term rehab and skilled nursing, outpatient therapy and fitness, and a new memory care neighborhood, Lifestyle Transitions at Wesley Heights. For more information about senior living at Wesley Village, visit www.wesleyvillage-ct.org or contact Lisa at 203.225.5024.

Contact: Marissa Salvesen, Mktg/Prom Mgr., Wesley Village, 203.225.5021 or msalvesen@umh.org

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About Marissa Salvesen

My journey into the world of senior living began when I started working for United Methodist Homes in 2010. Starting as an Activities Director at one of our-winning assisted and independent living communities and then transitioning to Marketing and Promotions Manager for UMH, I now work as the Manager of Mission Development, fostering the Mission and Values of our organization. I love sharing stories about the many ways we build meaningful relationships and enrich the lives of those we serve, and am proud to be part of building UMH’s 140-year legacy of caring. Wondering what makes our communities such special places to live and work? Connect with me and find out!

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