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Thank you for joining us for our
recent Zoom events! 


To view our previous Zoom events, "Planning for Your Future & Your Children's Future," "Words You Can Leave Behind...Writing Ethical Wills & Memoirs," "A Candid Conversation About COVID-19 & the C-19 Vaccines," and more, please click on "Virtual Presentations" tab and then click on the event name.
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Do you receive Kemp Mill Village's programs and community updates?

Click here to be added to our mailing list. 

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The Kemp Mill V
illage Garden Group

The Kemp Mill Village Garden Group is forming and eager to welcome new members. To sweeten the pot, so to speak, the first 10 members will be welcomed with a pothos plant, prepared by Julia Miller, as a gift of friendship and with instructions on how to care for the plant. What a great way to get your green thumb going. 

For more information, email KempMillVillage@gmail.com
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Could You Use Assistance?

Silver Spring Christian Reformed Church's food pantry and Yad Yehuda of Greater Washington's food pantry are Kemp Mill-based organizations offering food assistance to individuals and families in need in our community.

Do you need the food delivered to you? The Kemp Mill Village volunteers would be happy to help. Please submit your requests using the "Service Requests" area of our website. 

__________________

Can You Offer Assistance?

Are you able to volunteer to help your fellow Kemp Mill community members? The local food pantries need your help. 

Silver Spring Christian Reformed Church's 
food pantry and Yad Yehuda of Greater Washington's food pantry are Kemp Mill-based organizations offering food assistance to individuals and families in need in our community. 
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Shalom Kosher Now Delivers

Shalom Kosher in Silver Spring now delivers.  

The delivery charge is $12.95 ($8.00 delivery charge plus a $4.95 processing fee) and has a $75 minimum. Additionally, they now offer curbside pick-up.

You will need to create a new account - even if you had an account in the old system. 

 

Click here to visit the Shalom Kosher website. 

Kemp Mill Village full members will receive assistance in submitting online orders for Shalom as well as Shalom curbside pickup and delivery by Kemp Mill Village volunteers or reimbursement for the $12.95 Shalom fee once a week. 

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Retool, Recharge, and Reinvent Yourself at JCA’S 
VIRTUAL 50+ EMPLOYMENT EXPOS


Attend a
s many or as few workshops as you’d like. Network with local employers, training institutions and more. Learn new job-search skills.


Click here to learn more. 

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Virtual Events for Seniors:

Explore with Google Maps
May 20: 4pm - 5pm

How to Protect Your Hard-Earned Investments
May 21: 2pm - 3pm

Olney Jewish Book Discussion Group
May 25:2pm - 3pm


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Follow us at @KempMillVillage.
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Kemp Mill Village works to sustain and enrich the lives of residents of Kemp Mill -- with special attention to people aging in place and those with disabilities -- through a network of neighbors providing supportive services, and programs designed to improve the quality of life for individuals, families and the community at large.

June 25, 2020

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

 

Dear Kemp Mill Village Members and Volunteers,

 

Due to the unpredictable nature of the coronavirus outbreak, the Board of Kemp Mill Village felt that a temporary suspension of events and services was necessary. All village events are now online through Zoom and most volunteer services are suspended.  A new Virtual Presentations page will display past events.

 

We did not take this decision lightly. The health and safety of each of you—our members and volunteers—is our most important concern. Our actions will reduce the likelihood of illness among our Village family and help slow down the disease’s progress in the greater DC region.

 

Below are some bullet points of quick information. We will continue to regularly update our website and will send out important emails as needed. 

 

 

FOR FULL MEMBERS

  • All visits, rides, most grocery shopping, and all in-home tasks are canceled for the time being.
  • We strongly advise you to subscribe to a home delivery service for groceries, medicines, pet supplies and more. We will provide as much assistance with that as possible.
  • Prescription pickup may be provided if volunteers are available.

 

FOR ALL MEMBERS (ASSOCIATE & FULL)

  • All events, social activities, interest groups, etc. are postponed or will be online by Zoom for the time being. Most special events have also been postponed.
  • We’re exploring alternative means to keep you socially connected from the virus-free comfort of your own home.
  • For practicing social distancing without being totally isolated socially, we recommend having regular tele-meetups with friends and arranging lunches, coffee chats, or even workouts over Zoom
  • We have started some Virtual Interest Groups for Village members during this time period. During these Zoom calls, we will share information about how to best pass the time while socially isolating.
  • If you are interested in becoming part of these groups or starting a new group, please email Sandy Axelrod at axelrod.sandy9@gmail.com with your name, phone number, email address, and the name(s) of the group or groups that you wish to join, and she will send you the time and call-in information.


EMERGENCY CONTACTS—IMPORTANT FOR ALL MEMBERS

  • Your emergency contact information on file with the Village must be updated. Even if you’re pretty sure we have the correct information, please send it to us again! We need names, phones and emails for each of your contacts. Email the information to KMV Communications Committee at communications@kempmillvillage.org.
  • Make sure your emergency contacts know to call or email the Village if you become ill or have other needs. Our phone is 1-833-KMV-20902. Our email address is KempMillVillage@gmail.com.  Please ask your emergency contacts to keep this information handy.

 

WHAT TO DO IF YOU BECOME ILL

  • Watch for typical flu-like symptoms—fever, cough, difficulty breathing, fatigue, etc. Some patients report a sore throat, headache, indigestion and diarrhea, but these are uncommon.
  • Call your primary healthcare provider first. Do NOT go to the emergency room unless it’s critical and you can’t reach your healthcare provider. Emergency rooms are likely to be overflowing with ill patients, and if you don’t have COVID-19 when you arrive there, you’ll might by the time you leave.
  • Call or email the Village to let us know of your diagnosis AS SOON AS POSSIBLE—even if your case is mild and the doctor has sent you home. If you’re unable to call, ask your emergency contact to get in touch with us. Especially over the next couple of weeks, knowing who becomes ill might help us let others know they could have been exposed to the virus.

 

As always, your Village is here for you. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to any of our staff if you need assistance or just need a little reassurance!

 


Be Supported
Full Membership
Help Your Neighbors
Volunteer
Volunteers


Kemp Mill Village offers many services to support neighbors. We offer rides for any reason, including medical care, social appointments and religious services, grocery delivery and prescription pickups, help with minor household tasks and check-in phone calls and friendly visits.

You can also connect with your neighbors through the arts, lectures, outings, athletics and special interest groups.

So if you live in Kemp Mill, join the village and let our team of volunteers help you age in place.

Find out more about our Full Membership and fill out an application.
Connect with your neighbors through social events, the arts, lectures, outings, athletics and special interest groups.

Do you have a special interest that you would like to share with your neighbors?

Become an Associate Member and support a vibrant Kemp Mill.
Everyone is invited to volunteer no matter what their age or how much time they have to give.

You can participate for as little as an hour every so often, or make volunteering in the neighborhood a significant part of your week.

We need drivers and caring people to visit and place friendly phone calls. All volunteers go through a background check and are provided with training.

In addition to providing these services and others, you can make a difference by sharing your administrative, legal, technical or other skills.

Fill out an application to volunteer here: Application.








 ·· News You Can Use··



Thank you for joining us for our
recent Zoom events! 


To view our previous Zoom events, "Words You Can Leave Behind...Writing Ethical Wills & Memoirs," "A Candid Conversation About COVID-19 & the C-19 Vaccines," "Spring Forward with Your Gardening Plans," "Web Safe & Savvy: Avoid Fraud & Scams," "Medicare and You," "Tapping Your Retirement Nest Egg: A Road Map" and "Aging in Place," please click on "Virtual Presentations" tab and then click on the event name.
__________________

Do you receive Kemp Mill Village's programs and community updates?

Click here to be added to our mailing list. 

__________________



The Kemp Mill V
illage Garden Group

The Kemp Mill Village Garden Group is forming and eager to welcome new members. To sweeten the pot, so to speak, the first 10 members will be welcomed with a pothos plant, prepared by Julia Miller, as a gift of friendship and with instructions on how to care for the plant. What a great way to get your green thumb going. 

For more information, email KempMillVillage@gmail.com
__________________

Could You Use Assistance?

Silver Spring Christian Reformed Church's food pantry and Yad Yehuda of Greater Washington's food pantry are Kemp Mill-based organizations offering food assistance to individuals and families in need in our community.

Do you need the food delivered to you? The Kemp Mill Village volunteers would be happy to help. Please submit your requests using the "Service Requests" area of our website. 

__________________

Can You Offer Assistance?

Are you able to volunteer to help your fellow Kemp Mill community members? The local food pantries need your help. 

Silver Spring Christian Reformed Church's 
food pantry and Yad Yehuda of Greater Washington's food pantry are Kemp Mill-based organizations offering food assistance to individuals and families in need in our community. 
________________


Shalom Kosher Now Delivers

Shalom Kosher in Silver Spring now delivers.  

The delivery charge is $12.95 ($8.00 delivery charge plus a $4.95 processing fee) and has a $75 minimum. Additionally, they now offer curbside pick-up.

You will need to create a new account - even if you had an account in the old system. 

 

Click here to visit the Shalom Kosher website. 

Kemp Mill Village full members will receive assistance in submitting online orders for Shalom as well as Shalom curbside pickup and delivery by Kemp Mill Village volunteers or reimbursement for the $12.95 Shalom fee once a week. 

 _____________________



Retool, Recharge, and Reinvent Yourself at JCA’S 
VIRTUAL 50+ EMPLOYMENT EXPOS


Attend a
s many or as few workshops as you’d like. Network with local employers, training institutions and more. Learn new job-search skills.


Click here to learn more. 

_____________________


Virtual Events for Seniors:

Explore with Google Maps
May 20: 4pm - 5pm

How to Protect Your Hard-Earned Investments
May 21: 2pm - 3pm

Olney Jewish Book Discussion Group
May 25:2pm - 3pm


_____________________


                     


Follow us at @KempMillVillage.
_____________________

Kemp Mill Village works to sustain and enrich the lives of residents of Kemp Mill -- with special attention to people aging in place and those with disabilities -- through a network of neighbors providing supportive services, and programs designed to improve the quality of life for individuals, families and the community at large.

June 25, 2020

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

 

Dear Kemp Mill Village Members and Volunteers,

 

Due to the unpredictable nature of the coronavirus outbreak, the Board of Kemp Mill Village felt that a temporary suspension of events and services was necessary. All village events are now online through Zoom and most volunteer services are suspended.  A new Virtual Presentations page will display past events.

 

We did not take this decision lightly. The health and safety of each of you—our members and volunteers—is our most important concern. Our actions will reduce the likelihood of illness among our Village family and help slow down the disease’s progress in the greater DC region.

 

Below are some bullet points of quick information. We will continue to regularly update our website and will send out important emails as needed. 

 

 

FOR FULL MEMBERS

  • All visits, rides, most grocery shopping, and all in-home tasks are canceled for the time being.
  • We strongly advise you to subscribe to a home delivery service for groceries, medicines, pet supplies and more. We will provide as much assistance with that as possible.
  • Prescription pickup may be provided if volunteers are available.

 

FOR ALL MEMBERS (ASSOCIATE & FULL)

  • All events, social activities, interest groups, etc. are postponed or will be online by Zoom for the time being. Most special events have also been postponed.
  • We’re exploring alternative means to keep you socially connected from the virus-free comfort of your own home.
  • For practicing social distancing without being totally isolated socially, we recommend having regular tele-meetups with friends and arranging lunches, coffee chats, or even workouts over Zoom
  • We have started some Virtual Interest Groups for Village members during this time period. During these Zoom calls, we will share information about how to best pass the time while socially isolating.
  • If you are interested in becoming part of these groups or starting a new group, please email Sandy Axelrod at axelrod.sandy9@gmail.com with your name, phone number, email address, and the name(s) of the group or groups that you wish to join, and she will send you the time and call-in information.


EMERGENCY CONTACTS—IMPORTANT FOR ALL MEMBERS

  • Your emergency contact information on file with the Village must be updated. Even if you’re pretty sure we have the correct information, please send it to us again! We need names, phones and emails for each of your contacts. Email the information to KMV Communications Committee at communications@kempmillvillage.org.
  • Make sure your emergency contacts know to call or email the Village if you become ill or have other needs. Our phone is 1-833-KMV-20902. Our email address is KempMillVillage@gmail.com.  Please ask your emergency contacts to keep this information handy.

 

WHAT TO DO IF YOU BECOME ILL

  • Watch for typical flu-like symptoms—fever, cough, difficulty breathing, fatigue, etc. Some patients report a sore throat, headache, indigestion and diarrhea, but these are uncommon.
  • Call your primary healthcare provider first. Do NOT go to the emergency room unless it’s critical and you can’t reach your healthcare provider. Emergency rooms are likely to be overflowing with ill patients, and if you don’t have COVID-19 when you arrive there, you’ll might by the time you leave.
  • Call or email the Village to let us know of your diagnosis AS SOON AS POSSIBLE—even if your case is mild and the doctor has sent you home. If you’re unable to call, ask your emergency contact to get in touch with us. Especially over the next couple of weeks, knowing who becomes ill might help us let others know they could have been exposed to the virus.

 

As always, your Village is here for you. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to any of our staff if you need assistance or just need a little reassurance!

 


Be Supported
Full Membership
Help Your Neighbors
Volunteer
Volunteers


Kemp Mill Village offers many services to support neighbors. We offer rides for any reason, including medical care, social appointments and religious services, grocery delivery and prescription pickups, help with minor household tasks and check-in phone calls and friendly visits.

You can also connect with your neighbors through the arts, lectures, outings, athletics and special interest groups.

So if you live in Kemp Mill, join the village and let our team of volunteers help you age in place.

Find out more about our Full Membership and fill out an application.
Connect with your neighbors through social events, the arts, lectures, outings, athletics and special interest groups.

Do you have a special interest that you would like to share with your neighbors?

Become an Associate Member and support a vibrant Kemp Mill.
Everyone is invited to volunteer no matter what their age or how much time they have to give.

You can participate for as little as an hour every so often, or make volunteering in the neighborhood a significant part of your week.

We need drivers and caring people to visit and place friendly phone calls. All volunteers go through a background check and are provided with training.

In addition to providing these services and others, you can make a difference by sharing your administrative, legal, technical or other skills.

Fill out an application to volunteer here: Application.