Forest Gump’s life might be like a box of chocolates, but mine would better be described as a pinball game. I have clear goals and know where I want to go; yet, there are bumps in the road, distractions, and surprises along the way. The pinball rarely takes a clear path to the top.
About Barb Harrell
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Entries by Barb Harrell
Happy Fourth of July weekend! For me, the Fourth of July resonates summer memories: fun, family, food, community, and celebration. Over the past three years, I have experienced similar emotions during Village Project’s largest fundraiser, Project Pedal.
As I gaze out the window, it is hard to believe the snow is finally melting. Yahoo! Spring brings a time of new energy and excitement. This is certainly the case at VP. Our volunteers are hard at work. One of our focuses for 2015 is improved communications. Jim Erlandson, has graciously volunteered to head […]
Congratulations to October Volunteer of the Month – Paul Warren! Village Project was privileged to walk along side Paul’s family two years ago in their time of need. Today, VP is blessed to have Paul on board as website manager. Paul’s expertise and attention to detail ensure news, events, and information are current and presented […]
The Village Project is growing, and organizers hope to move into a new building Sept. 1. Formerly known as the Village Food Project, the nonprofit organization is renovating over 3,500 square feet of space at 27378 West Oviatt Road in the same building as Thomas and Thomas Photography, near Donald Drive. Since its founding more […]
When Barb Harrell founded the Village Project in Bay Village more than two years ago, she never imagined her family one day would become clients of the nonprofit agency. That changed a couple of years ago when two of her family members were diagnosed with cancer. The experience has given her a unique understanding of […]
Nearly everyone has lost a loved one to cancer. For families dealing with the illness, the constant trips to hospitals for treatment, the heartbreak of watching a loved one suffer and the stress of mounting expenses can make living a semi-normal life impossible.