John Belushi: Dancing on the Edge
Don't miss John Belushi: Dancing on the Edge, a benefit for MVCS on Friday, July 12th from 7:30-9:30pm at the Tisbury Market Place Film Center. Click here to purchase tickets today!
Thank you! "Madmen" Chicken Alley Thrift Shop (MVCS) Benefit Party a Success!
Martha’s Vineyard Community Services’ Chicken Alley Thrift Shop would like to thank the Troy Neuenburg and the Sand Bar in Oak Bluffs, DJ Ricky Prime and Dukes County Love Affair (DCLA) for the very successful and fabulous good time had by all at the “Madmen” party to benefit MVCS last Friday night!
Thank you as well to the wonderful Sandbar staff and our amazing community who came dressed up as their favorite characters from the TV series, “Madmen!” With musical performances by DCLA and DJ Ricky Prime, and a photo area set up to capture the fun throughout the night—we celebrated the beginning of the summer season with friends AND raised crucial funds for Martha’s Vineyard Community Services in true "Madmen" style!
MVCS Spring 2013 EMPLOYEE SPOTLIGHT:
Ryan Schwab-Doyon, Disability Services
Ryan Schwab-Doyon is the Job Developer/Trainer for MVCS Island Employment Services. In his role he finds, develops jobs and trains employees with disabilities. Ryan also holds the position of Employment Coordinator/Staff Generalist for MVCS Daybreak Clubhouse where he focuses on helping members with mental illness find independent employment and is an advocate for members with regard to learning life skills. Ryan is also the Sibling Workshop (”SibShop”) Facilitator for the MVCS Family Support Center where he plans and initiate activities for kids who have a sibling with a disability. Watch the video below to hear Ryan discuss his passion for his work at MVCS.
Community Services Announces New Executive Director
Juliette E. Fay, a seasoned manager with nearly four decades experience in public and private human services work, has been named executive director of Martha’s Vineyard Community Services, the agency that has cared for Islanders and visitors alike for more than 50 years. Read more about Julie on MassNonProfit.org.
Slideshow Photos Courtesy Kelley DeBettencourt.