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Post: Wheelchair Available

We have a wonderful wheelchair to give away to anyone who could use it! Call me: 703-470-9880 and reference this post.

– Marla Burton 

Post: Seeking Used Bike

Hi! I would like to buy a nice used bike for a long-legged girl who is turning six on March 7. (She does not actually know how to ride it yet, but has outgrown the little training bikes we have tried.) This needs to be a “real” bike that has some adjustability for growth. I am hoping to keep it under $100? Thanks so much. Email me with any leads.

– Liz Lee

 

Post: Seeking Housing for Ukrainian Refugee

I am a member of Christ Church Vienna; our kids Caleb and Libby Hoehner are at Restoration and suggested we reach out here. We are looking for housing situation for our Ukrainian refugee friend, Mykyta. We are looking for some kind of temporary housing for him. Would you or anyone you know have interest in hosting him temporarily (1-3 months beginning mid-March). We are looking for someone in Northern VA who might have an extra room/bathroom preferably with metro access. For background: Mykyta at the age of 17, fled the war in Ukraine in 2022 and lived with our family here in Vienna on refugee status with the Uniting for Ukraine program. He was then given the opportunity to study film in Orlando at Full Sail University. He has finished his program, and is looking to work in the film industry (NYC) eventually. He was recently granted a work permit, so he is aiming to work/save for a few months while he works out his next steps. There’s also the possibility that he could move directly to NYC directly to search for film work there and start some hourly work there instead of here in Virginia. We currently are in a situation with our family that we don’t have an extra room for him so we are trying to work out a solution. If you have any ideas for him, for us, or questions, can you let us know by email or at 703-283-6850?

– Caren and David Hoehner 

 

Post: Seeking Housing 

My wife, Emily, and I attended Restoration for 4 years before moving to Boston for Emily to get her MBA. We will be back in the DC area this summer (June 1 – August 11) and are looking for housing. We are a married 27-year old couple who will both be working full-time and we would really prefer to be metro-accessible. If you, or anyone you know, needs a housesitter or would be able to host us for part of the summer we would be so grateful. Please contact me via email or at (757)748-6494 with any questions or info.

We can’t wait to be back at Resto for the summer!

– Alec and Emily Tekamp

 

Post: Introducing the Public Good Generation: A Unique Summer Program in Washington, D.C.

The organization that I work for, the Center for Christianity and Public Life, just announced a new high school program tailored for rising juniors and seniors who are passionate about exploring the intersection of their Christian faith and civic engagement. Set against the backdrop of Washington, DC, this transformative experience will run from July 7-12, 2024, offering an immersive context in which students can delve into meaningful conversations, gain critical knowledge, forge lasting connections, and discover how their faith can ground and motivate their public service.

Applications for Public Good Generation are now open, and we encourage motivated young individuals to seize this opportunity to deepen their understanding of how faith can inspire and inform civic responsibility, while also strengthening their faith and confidence in Jesus.

To ensure accessibility, we are proud to offer needs-based scholarships, making this experience available to a diverse group of students. Join us on this inspiring venture, where faith meets action, and together, we’ll cultivate the next generation of leaders committed to the public good.

If you have a student you think would be a great fit for this exciting new program, please encourage them to apply today for this exciting opportunity. Applications are due by April 1, 2024.

You can find the application here: www.ccpubliclife.org/high-school. Please do not hesitate to reach out to me with questions at partner@ccpubliclife.org.

-Phebe Meyer

 

Post: Desk Available

Restoration’s Children’s Ministry has a pine desk we’re no longer using that’s available to anyone who would like it. It’s a secretary style and measures 42″ H x 35″ W x 17″ D, so it fits quite nicely in smaller spaces. If interested, please email me!

-Victoria Rose

 

Post: After-school Sitter Needed

We are looking for an after-school sitter to help with our 3rd grader after school. We are looking for someone Mon-Thurs 4–6:30 starting in the last week of March or April. The person needs to have a car for pick ups and drop offs. Please text me at 703-772-1937. Thanks!

-Nicole Bibbins Sedaca

 

Post: Seeking Nanny/Babysitter

Looking for a part-time babysitter/nanny to care for adorable and fun 6-month old twins 2-3 days per week during daytime hours, with opportunity to transition to full-time in September. Located in Alexandria. Also looking for good babysitters for occasional evening/weekend times. If interested feel free to contact me at 215-284-2682 or by email.

-Debbie Feehery

 

Post: Free Dishes

I have a set of Mikasa dishes to give away. Service for 8. Garden Harvest pattern. Dishes, pasta bowls, cereal bowls, mugs, cups saucers. Will drop off in Arlington. Contact me at (703) 618-8652.

-Jennifer Pedersen

 

Post: Seeking Nanny

Hi! We are two Resto families looking for a nanny for our two sons. Below are some details of what we are looking for – if you know of anyone feel free to reach out to Caitlyn Berg at 804-313-7864. Thank you!


DAYS AND HOURS: M-F 8:30AM – 5PM
LOCATION: Baileys Crossroads
NUMBER OF KIDS: 2
AGES OF KIDS: 6 months and 9 months
NEED A DRIVER: No but must have transportation to the house
MUST HAVE CAR: No
START DATE: May 1
PAY: $25
VACCINATION: Must have all vaccinations up to date including flu and covid
LANGUAGES: Must be able to speak and read English
CERTIFICATIONS: Must have infant CPR certification *we are willing to pay for you to get it
TIME OFF: 10 days paid vacation and all major holidays off
END OF YEAR BONUS: Dependent on performance
OVERTIME: time and a half

We live 10 minutes from each other and are looking for a nanny to take care of our two boys. One family would host having the kids (in a single family home). One family’s mom works from home full time, the dad works from home 3-4 days a week. The other family’s mom works from home two days a week and the dad works from home one to two days a week. There is one small dog.

You will only be responsible for the 2 babies. Activities include feeding, diaper changes, washing bottles (and other basic cleanup), walks, naps, and playtime.

-Caitlyn Berg 

 

Post: Apartment for Rent

I am renting a modest 1 BR apt ($1650) that I am going to vacate on or about May 14th to move into Vinson Hall Retirement Community. I would love to find someone who could assume my lease which runs to Aug.


It’s a fab location (1920 N Calvert St.) in Courthouse area. Walk to Metro.
Any Q’s, text me at (703) 927-6631 or email me.


Cheers,
Desiree:)