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Video: CVS/pharmacy Pays Tribute to Caregivers and Announces Winners of the 'For All the Ways You Care' Contest
Date:5/4/2009

e in Sociology, got her Masters degree in Special Education and adopted nine children with special needs. Over the next 30 years, Vernita served 300 foster children and adults, and at age 50 decided it was time to retire. In her retirement she serves as the "information lady" at University Church of Christ. In her role, she has helped people in need receive low-cost or donated items and services. Vernita was nominated by her husband who serves as the deacon of the University Church of Christ food program: Harvest Hands.

Barbara Gilbert (Atlantic Beach, Fla.) - When listening to the radio one day, Barbara heard about an opportunity to raise money to help build houses for the poor in Jamaica. Despite working three jobs just to keep afloat, Barbara couldn't resist the desire to help and traveled to Kingston, Jamaica to see the project first hand. Inspired by the tremendous need in the community Barbara vowed to build a home a year for the next fifty years. Upon her return, Barbara shared her story with local patrons of the coffee shop where she worked and others in the community eager to hear about the project. Since then, with the support of her community, Barbara has raised more than $50,000, built 50 houses and visited Jamaica six times. Her project is called Barbara's Village.

Darlene Hollingsworth (Euless, Texas) - Darlene has realized that there is no greater satisfaction than taking care of her son, a 16-year-old with Down syndrome. Darlene is the founder of The Clubhouse for Special Needs, Inc. Here, her son and other teens and young adults with mild to moderate mental and physical challenges have the opportunity for education, socialization and independence in a recreational atmosphere. Starting off in her two bedroom apartment, The Clubhouse for Special Needs is now looking for a building with a gymnasium. In a new facility, The Clubhouse will be able to serve more teens and young adults.

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