Businesses and EUM give back


Shown are Joshua Welker, Outreach Coordinator at EUM Church, Christena Sharp Sales & Marketing Manager for Brookdale Senior Living and Mindy Stebbins, executive director for Brookdale Senior Living.

Shown are Joshua Welker, Outreach Coordinator at EUM Church, Christena Sharp Sales & Marketing Manager for Brookdale Senior Living and Mindy Stebbins, executive director for Brookdale Senior Living.


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GREENVILLE – Brookdale Assisted Living and Clare Bridge, a Brookdale Senior Living Alzheimer’s and Dementia care community, 1401 N. Broadway, partnered with Grilliot Alignment Services, Eric Fee of Tribute Funeral Home and EUM Church to serve the shut-in seniors of Darke County.

Monty Sharp, owner of Grilliot Alignment stated, “We are honored to be a part of a community where everyone truly cares and is willing to come together for the greater good.” Fifty meals and drinks were donated and EUM servants were delivering to those in need. They plan on doing this every Friday until there is no longer a need.

Shown are Joshua Welker, Outreach Coordinator at EUM Church, Christena Sharp Sales & Marketing Manager for Brookdale Senior Living and Mindy Stebbins, executive director for Brookdale Senior Living.
https://www.dailyadvocate.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2020/04/web1_brookdale-grilliot-w.jpgShown are Joshua Welker, Outreach Coordinator at EUM Church, Christena Sharp Sales & Marketing Manager for Brookdale Senior Living and Mindy Stebbins, executive director for Brookdale Senior Living. Courtesy photo