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In tribute to all those who have served in the armed forces, Peninsula Volunteers, Inc. (PVI), will offer a complimentary lunch to all veterans and their families this Veterans Day, Friday, Nov. 11, 11:30 am to1:00 pm. Free transportation to and from the event will be provided by Lyft.

“We are thrilled at the opportunity to honor those that have served our country, and we’re so excited to partner with an innovative business in Lyft to ensure that any Veteran in our community is able to attend, regardless of their access to transportation,” said Peter Olson, CEO of PVI.

The complimentary lunch will include Cornish game hen, cranberry rice pilaf, green beans almandine, garden salad, and mini cheese cake. Non-military guests are asked to pay $10 for lunch.

Ceremonial remarks by Derrick Felton, Team Leader at the Palo Alto VA will begin at noon, with a presentation by the Boys Scouts of America and a musical performance by the Menlo Atherton Choir.

The event will be held at Little House, the Roslyn G. Morris Activity Center, 800 Middle Ave., Menlo Park, CA 94025. More information and directions are available at www.penvol.org. An RSVP is requested at (650) 272-5045.

Photo shows Boy Scout Troop 206 on Veteran’s Day 2015

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Celebration of life of Rosalyn Morris scheduled for August 17 in Menlo Park

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Long-time Peninsula resident Roslyn Grossman Morris passed away on July 26. Her family will host a Celebration of Life on August 17, 2016, from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm at the Roslyn G. Morris Activity Center at Little House, Peninsula Volunteers, 800 Middle Avenue in Menlo Park. Roz, as she was known by, was born April 15, 1927, in Oakland. She is […]

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Get a bit of baseball history when “Ty Cobb” returns to the Peninsula

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All ages are welcome to watch baseball history come alive at Little House in Menlo Park on May 10 as Norm Coleman performs his iconic one-man show impersonating the legendary baseball star Ty Cobb. Coleman, a Half Moon Bay resident, lovingly and expertly recreates the persona of one of the greatest baseball players of all […]

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Volunteers needed for Meals on Wheels program at Little House in Menlo Park

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Every week, Peninsula Volunteers delivers over 1,300 hot, nutritious meals to primarily homebound seniors and adults with disabilities in San Mateo County who are unable to cook for themselves. We got an email from Meals on Wheels volunteer Peggy Lechich telling us that they are very short of volunteers at the moment. “Graciella and Bonnie […]

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Little House hosts open house on October 3

Little House Roslyn G. Morris Activity Center in Menlo Park is hosting an open house on Saturday, October 3, 2015 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm to introduce the community to its activities, classes and social programs. “Over the past several months we have expanded the list of exercise/fitness classes, art courses, instructional workshops and […]

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Little House, Roslyn G. Morris Activity Center holds Annual Open House on April 25 for whole community

If you are planning to attend the “Little House” Open House in Menlo Park on April 25, from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm, you might want to wear your workout clothes, bring your dance shoes, and pack your yoga mat. “Peninsula Volunteers want to show the community that the Little House, Roslyn G. Morris Activity Center […]

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Intrepid traveler Doug McConnell speaks at Little House on Aug. 20

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For more than 15 years as the host of KRON’s Bay Area Backroads, Doug McConnell gave viewers an opportunity to learn more about the unique places and out-of-the-way adventures that make our area so special. Now he is back with OpenRoad, a new weekly public television series focusing on the entire West. He’ll share tips […]

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Pharmaceutical drop box at Little House in Menlo Park allows residents to safely dispose of legal drugs

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The City of Menlo Park and Peninsula Volunteers, Inc. have partnered  to place a pharmaceutical drop box at the Little House Activity Center located at Nealon Park (800 Middle Avenue). Residents can place any unused or unwanted legal drugs into the receptacle and they will be properly disposed of. Little House’s hours of operation are […]

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New free injury prevention program offered for older adults

The Injury Prevention program through the Trauma Service at Stanford Hospital and Clinics is teaming up with Sequoia Hospital Health and Wellness to offer an evidence based program to seniors called A Matter of Balance. Through facilitated discussions and gentle but effective exercises, seniors learn to manage falls and increase activity levels. The program will […]

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Senior information fair at Little House on August 25

Little House Activity Center is hosting a senior information fair on Saturday, August 25, from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. Over 40 exhibitors will take part. The first 250 guests receive a free goody bag. Services include blood pressure check, free document shredding and “ask the pharmacist.” There is no charge to attend. Little House, […]

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Longtime Menlo Park resident once called the original Little House her home

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With the exception of an 18-month stint in North Carolina, Marlyn Johnson has spent the better part of 70 years calling Menlo Park her home. She arrived with her family — her maiden name was Ahlenius — in 1943 to a small town of 5,000 that had not yet experienced the influx of citizens that the post-World […]

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