Join the Kindness Rock Movement

ROCKIN KINDNESS WITH YOUR SNAP NEIGHBORS

Painting rocks is no longer a last-resort craft for bored kids. It’s a full-force kindness movement taking the entire nation by storm and it’s for people of all ages. The idea is simple. Participants paint art and inspirational messages on rocks and then hide them somewhere in their community. When an unsuspecting person stumbles upon the rock art, then they are encouraged to hide it in a new spot or keep it and paint a rock of their own to contribute to the Kindness Rock movement.
The ultimate goal is brighten someone’s day with their find, a small token of kindness meant to be paid forward.

Let’s Rock some kindness in the SNAP neighborhoods. Here’s what you will need: Bring some clean flat smooth rocks and your creative spirit. Come have some fun and enjoy friendship painting rocks to share. We will provide everything you need, paints, brushes etc.

February 24, 2020
1:00-3:00 pm
Lutheran Church of the Foothills

Sunrise SNAP Lunch Bunch

ITS NATIONAL TELL A FAIRY TALE DAY!

 

Come lunch with the bunch on February 26, 2020 from 11:30-1:00 pm at the Sunset Mountain Ridge Clubhouse located at 6940 E. Loma del Bribon, Tucson, Az.

We meet once a month for lunch with friends…and yet-to-meet friends. Lunch Bunch offers a monthly social gathering and learning activities to help support aging in place. Lunch Bunch is held monthly from 11:30-1:00 pm on the last Wednesday of each month.

We are celebrating National Tell a Fairy Tale Day with our SNAP Neighbor Pat Frankle.  Pat will lead us in storytelling activities and give us some tips about sharing our own memories and stories.

We meet once a month for lunch with friends…and yet-to-meet friends. Lunch Bunch offers a monthly social gathering and learning activities for residents in the SNAP service area.

Don’t forget to bring a brown bag lunch, and your friends. We provide drinks and dessert.

Transportation is available by calling the Sunrise SNAP line at

520-437-9556.

 
 

Hello to the newest member of the SNAP Team

Lynda Stites joined the SNAP team on July 1 as Volunteer Program Manager.

Lynda brings unique experience and energy to her position, along with a strong commitment to her communities and to volunteerism.  Trained in paralegal administration, Lynda has experience in nonprofit administration and training, mentoring teens and leading Training Retreats in Kansas City. For the past five years Lynda has provided volunteer administrative support for the Tu Nidito nonprofit organization, working in development, volunteer services and event planning. Lynda also has chaired the Human Rights Committee for the Arizona Department of Economic Security Department of Developmental Disabilities, District South since 2014. A Tucson native, Lynda is an avid tennis player and hiker in addition to her volunteering passions.

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Lynda Stites (right) works in behalf of our neighbors! She is pictured here in the Lutheran Church of the Foothills Learning Center, where the SNAP office is housed.

 

Meet SNAP’s New Volunteer Management Team

Lynda Stites will officially join the SNAP team on July 1 as Volunteer Program Manager.

Lynda brings unique experience and energy to the positions, along with a strong commitment to their communities and to volunteerism.  Trained in paralegal administration, Lynda has experience in nonprofit administration and training, mentoring teens and leading Training Retreats in Kansas City. For the past five years Lynda has provided volunteer administrative support for the Tu Nidito nonprofit organization, working in development, volunteer services and event planning. Lynda also has chaired the Human Rights Committee for the Arizona Department of Economic Security Department of Developmental Disabilities, District South since 2014. A Tucson native, Lynda is an avid tennis player and hiker in addition to her volunteering passions.