Life at The BridgeLine
community news, updates and inspiration
It has been a while since we have posted any news. However, many changes have happened over the last months. Sarah had to leave us in August and we wish her well. Just recently, at the end of August, Timo Giersch has joined
Exciting news for all of us:
As of the beginning of June, our friend Mary is a member of Building a Bridge. Since more than a year,
The three friends from the Belmont house, Joan, Kevin, and Scott, and Sarah had a wonderful week of vacation up in Martha’s Vineyard. They were invited by Karen, Scott’s sister, and her husband Mike who spend several months in that area. All of them agreed that they had a great time on the beach, lots […]
Wonderful news: Daniela and Guido Kramp just joined Building a Bridge as new staff members.
We are happy to announce that Building a Bridge is now member of the Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce. Its Non-Profit Council represents and focuses upon the needs and interests of the Chamber’s vibrant non-profit community organizations; a series of workshops is aimed at the needs of non-profit staff and Board members. This membership will […]
Last Saturday, we all spent a wonderful afternoon at the reception of our Art Show; it was a great success. Many of our friends and families came to visit and joined us to see the work of the artists of Building a Bridge. Old friends who have not seen each other in a long time […]
After our residents participated in the VSA Annual Art Exhibit in the beginning of 2008 (see our photo gallery), the artists of Building a Bridge will exhibit at C-ville Coffee during the month of April. We all are very excited about the upcoming show and invite you to join us for the reception on April 5th between 2-4pm. C-ville Coffee is located in Charlottesville, 1301 Harris Street. We are looking forward seeing you again or for the first time.
The Bridge celebrates the 16th year of its existence. We reflect with pride on our accomplishments achieved during the continuing journey to overcome the adversities we were presented with. We thank our families, our friends, and the Charlottesville community for the support they have given us. We, as The Bridge family, want to share with you our hope for a kinder and a more peaceful world as we enter another year. — Heinz Kramp, President