Advisory Board

VISTE Annual Meeting Highlights Partnerships

At Wednesday’s Annual Meeting, Volunteers in Service to the Elderly officials reflected on a year of transition and growth. The meeting’s theme, Forward! echoed throughout the sentiments of VISTE President, Steve Bissonnette, as he shared the many ways in which VISTE has benefited from partnerships in the community. “It is an honor to be part […]

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O’Reilly Presented with Diamond Service Award

At today’s joint meeting of the Board of Directors and Advisory Board, VISTE (Volunteers In Service To the Elderly) President Alice O’Reilly received the Diamond Service Award from Congressman Dennis Ross. The Diamond Service Award celebrates the Highest in Lifetime Achievements in the field of Aging, according to Austin Curry, Executive Director of Elder Care […]

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VISTE Schedules Annual Meeting

VISTE (Volunteers in Service to the Elderly) will celebrate 31 years with its Annual Meeting on May 7 at the VISTE headquarters, according to Alice O’Reilly, VISTE President. “While this is technically a Board meeting, we always look forward to this special time where invite everyone to join us as we come together to celebrate […]

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VISTE President O’Reilly Announces Retirement

At today’s monthly Board of Directors’ meeting, VISTE (Volunteers In Service To the Elderly) President Alice O’Reilly announced her retirement, which will be effective December 31 of this year. “Alice’s leadership, commitment, and vitality have translated into significant benefits to VISTE and its clients, along with a high degree of public awareness throughout Polk County,” […]

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Volunteers Make Gober Villas Clean-up a Success

One of the things that makes VISTE different is that we consider the whole person, not just one aspect or another. Ashley Miller, Volunteer Coordinator, presented that information to a group of new volunteers at this week’s Volunteer Orientation, and that was not more evident than at Wednesday’s Clean-Up Day at Gober Villas Housing. Volunteers for […]

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