Local seniors deliver goodies to Midland first responders
Local seniors recently spent a day expressing their gratitude to Midland first responders by delivering gifts of goodies to local fire and law enforcement departments.
On Sept. 8, members of the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP), which is sponsored by Senior Life Midland, along with seven partners delivered baskets of goodies to the Midland police and fire departments as well as the Midland County Sheriff’s Office, RSVP Project Director Saul Herrera said.
“It was an incredibly rewarding experience, and it was very well received by our first responders which included Sheriff [David] Criner,” Herrera said.
Sheriff Criner thanked Herrera and Senior Life Midland for their generosity online.
Senior Life Midland is a nonprofit that provides programs designed to improve the quality of life for seniors in Midland. One of its many offerings is the RSVP program, which connects seniors with volunteer opportunities throughout the community. Their efforts can include building houses, preparing meals, aiding disaster victims, serving as a literacy tutor, sorting clothing and donations, serving veterans, reading to children and more. The program keeps seniors and retirees busy doing work that is meaningful and social.
For more information on the RSVP program and others offered by Senior Life Midland, visit this web page.