VENICE, Fla. – The Loveland Players from the Loveland Village, a nonprofit that provides educational programs and vocational, residential and recreational services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, transported guests to the gambling capital of the world in their new theatrical production – Las Vegas: Under the Neon Lights. Approximately 50 actors, including 36
VENICE, Fla. — Loveland Village, a nonprofit that provides educational, vocational and residential programs for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, is launching the Hearty Kitchen Academy at its Venice campus. With a generous $75,000 grant from Jane’s Trust, the organization will utilize its newly constructed commercial kitchen in the Lamoureux Clubhouse to provide an
NightsVENICE, Fla. — The Loveland Village, a nonprofit that provides educational, vocational and residential programs for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, is hosting Loveland Gala: Emerald Nights on Saturday, April 29, 2017 at the Lamoureux Clubhouse at Loveland Village in Venice. Attendees will enjoy an enchanting evening filled with cocktails, a live auction, delicious
Loveland Village held a Recreation Open House, Thursday, March 30, in the Lamoureux Clubhouse to showcase upcoming activities in the monthly recreation program, and to give students and residents a taste of what’s to come. Many participated in the fun open house that included Bingo, Zumba, Karaoke, and a pizza party. Our goal at Loveland
Mary Dougherty-Slapp Gary Johnson Wayne Luoma VENICE, Fla. — The Loveland Village, a nonprofit that provides educational, vocational and residential programs for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, recently welcomed Mary Dougherty-Slapp, A. Gary Johnson and Wayne Luoma as new board members. The newly installed board members will serve a three-year term on the nonprofit’s
Students from the Boys & Girls Clubs of Sarasota County gave up their March Spring break to give back to the community for an “Alternative Spring Break” program. The students volunteered at a different location every day of the week. “I haven’t had much involvement in the community, so it’s nice to do something different
The Giving Tree Program of Sawgrass community in Venice planned their yearly Bingo fundraising event for February this year, and Loveland Village was chosen as the beneficiary. Sawgrass resident Hank Sarnecke has been an usher and house manager for the Loveland Follies, and he also helps with an exercise program every Friday morning at Loveland.
Join us for a fundraising gala celebrating Loveland’s 55th anniversary, “Celebrating our past, ensuring our future,” on Saturday, April 29, at 6 p.m., at the Lamoureux Clubhouse on Loveland’s Campus, 157 S. Havana Road, Venice. Enjoy cocktails, dinner, music, live auction and dancing. Committee co-chairs are Anna Foster and Nikki Betz, and committee members are