Enjoying the Belle Haven Country Club terrace during the Oct. 6 At Home Alexandria gala are Barry Stauffer, Tom Crowley, Rollie Frye, Christena Nielsen and Susan Pettey.
Photo by Janet Barnett/Gazette Packet
Members, volunteers, friends and supporters of At Home Alexandria gathered at Belle Haven Country Club Oct. 6 to celebrate at AHA’s annual Fall Fundraiser and auction.
Vicki and Fabrice Vasques served as lead sponsors of the evening, with an array of silent auction items that included a week at a waterfront home in St. Michael’s, a French Country dinner for four at Del Ray Cafe, and a private Cabaret Dinner.
AHA is a nonprofit organization that provides practical, social and emotional support to Alexandria seniors ages 55 and older. The membership organization is based on the “village” concept of support for older adults that began in Boston in 2002. AHA opened in 2011 and is one of more than 30 villages in the DC region with 210 operating across the country.
Services provided by AHA include transportation, errands, technical support, light maintenance, organizing and decluttering, or short-term pet or lawn care. In addition to practical services, AHA provides an array of social opportunities for members. For more information, visit www.athomeinalexandria.org.