Show: Brethren Voices

Episode: BV 14-08 - "Sharon & Ed Groff and Cross Keys Village - The Brethren Home Community"


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Sharon & Ed Groff and
Cross Keys Village - The Brethren Home Community
Hosted by: Brent Carlson

Cross Keys Village - The Brethren Home Community. . . . .
of New Oxford, PA., had its roots established over 100 years ago. Today, it's a place where senior citizens are seen swimming, ridding bikes, walking, traveling, attending educational classes and enjoying life.

Eleven-hundred residents live on over 300 acres of land in various types of housing including single family homes, apartments, cottages, personal care and nursing care for those needing greater services.

"Brethren Voices" meets with Sharon & Ed Groff who served in Brethren Volunteer Service at CKV-TBHC during the past year and experienced life as volunteers at this wonderful "home" to many seniors.

Fpr BVS'ers, there's a world of opportunity waiting in Brethren Volunteer Service. Sharon and Ed discuss their experiences and share video, "Close-ups at Cross Keys." Conference. Brent Carlson meets with some of the youth who attended the conference which was held in Colorado during July 2014.

Peace,
Ed Groff, producer,
"Brethren Voices" - now in the 10th year of sharing what Brethren do, as a matter of faith.

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File Name of SD Episode: BV 14-08 Volunteer Service.mpg

Total SD Episode Video Runtime (hh:mm:ss): 00:28:26

File Size of SD Episode Video: 1,347,214,425 Bytes

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Date SD Episode Video Uploaded: Friday, August 15, 2014 - 22:07


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