Farewell Young Neighbors in Action
Seven Hills was host to a group of remarkable students from Kaukauna, Wisconsin this week through the Young Neighbors in Action program. The six students, Chaperone Katie Peters, and Youth Minister Jennifer Wippich made a lasting impact on the participants of the ASPiRE! Adult Day Health Program in Worcester.
During the week the group did many activities together and shared much about themselves – learning much and developing mutual respect. “We came here and met some life-changing people at Seven Hills – they changed our lives. Being here inspired us because everyone is so remarkable and open. It was meaningful to really get to know everyone and teach them about Wisconsin!” said Ethan, one of the YNIA members. "I would just like to say that I was a part of this week’s YNIA trip and I absolutely love everyone. We will miss you all and hopefully we can see you soon!”
In photo: Dr. David Jordan, President; Susan D’Alfonso, and Judy Vogel from Seven Hills bid farewell to the students from YNIA.