Melanie Stith, founder of Elisha’s Cove, smiles at another group member as she walks with Jacob Bechtoldt. The new nonprofit provides respite services to families of children who have special needs. Parents get a break one Saturday of each month when the children get together to enjoy basketball, arts and crafts, games and movies. All staff who work with the children are volunteers.
Melanie Stith, founder of Elisha’s Cove, smiles at another group member as she walks with Jacob Bechtoldt. The new nonprofit provides respite services to families of children who have special needs. Parents get a break one Saturday of each month when the children get together to enjoy basketball, arts and crafts, games and movies. All staff who work with the children are volunteers. Derik Holtmann dholtmann@bnd.com
Melanie Stith, founder of Elisha’s Cove, smiles at another group member as she walks with Jacob Bechtoldt. The new nonprofit provides respite services to families of children who have special needs. Parents get a break one Saturday of each month when the children get together to enjoy basketball, arts and crafts, games and movies. All staff who work with the children are volunteers. Derik Holtmann dholtmann@bnd.com

Metro-east charities ask for your help this holiday season

December 01, 2016 10:05 AM

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