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January Brown Bag Luncheon

Kanette PetryKanette Petry from the Matinsburg office of WV Consumer Protection Division, spoke to SAIL at the January 21 brown bag lunch. She explained that her office looks for a pattern of behavior by a merchant when bringing litigation. She advised that the best protection is prevention. Never verify any information by telephone or email. Government agencies will never call you. If you receive a letter purportedly from a government agency, go to the website to verify the phone number before you dial. If you suspect a scam, file a complaint even if you are not scammed, to alert the office. File a complaint online or by mail. Call Monday-Friday 304-267-0239,

Martha, Carolyn, and Jack

Carolyn Rodis presenting Jack and Martha Young with a gift certificate from the board and the membership in honor of their outstanding and continuing contributions to SAIL>


February Brown Bag Luncheon

Cris KinsellaOver 40 SAIL members and friends attended the monthly Brown Bag Luncheon on Friday, February 17th - held at the Fellowship Hall at the Episcopal Church. In addition to enjoying fellowship and good food/beverages, attendees received an excellent presentation by Jefferson County League of Women Voters board member, Cris Kinsella, who provided an overview of national, state, and local League interests and initiatives.  She also presented SAIL with the Jefferson County League of Women Voters 2017 "Community Service Award" accepted by SAIL President Carolyn Rodis.
Martha Young
In addition, the luncheon included a special recognition of the efforts and birthday of Martha Young.
Martha Young
Everyone enjoyed the "cake" and hearing a special poem - Mostly Martha" written by member Betty Snyder and read by Ted Walton!

It was a gala event and piano music was once again provided by Bob Gerstmyer.

Sail's Creation

SAIL's creation is rooted in the "Village Movement", a neighbor helping neighbor system developed around the country by seniors who are assisted by other members of their community.  SAIL provides members with help going to and from the grocery store and appointments, with simple home repairs, with access to reliable service providers, with organized outings to cultural events, and fun activities such as walking groups, board game and card groups, and more.  SAIL membership is open to anyone interested in its services who lives in the 876 and 870 telephone exchanges.

 “Keeping the wind in our sails!”