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For 41 years, the staff at Senior Services of Southeastern Virginia has continued to
provide resources and care for tens of thousands of underserved seniors
and persons with disabilities throughout South Hampton Roads and Western Tidewater.
Each year the needs grow.
The U.S. Census has determined that by 2025, one in five residents
in South Hampton Roads will be a senior.
Senior Services can’t do it alone. We need your help. We need your support.
Help pave the way.
The Della Hayden Walkway
Show Your Support for the new Hayden Village Center in Franklin, Virginia
The Friends of Hayden High School committee is offering a once in a lifetime opportunity for former Hayden High alumni and supporters to join in and honor the legacy of Della Hayden, by purchasing a brick for The Della Hayden Memorial Walkway. This brick walkway will lead from the new Hayden Village Center on Oak Street in Franklin to the Franklin Municipal cemetery adjoining the property, where Della Hayden’s gravesite lies.
It is Della’s spirit for learning, teaching and community that will be memorialized in this adaptive rehabilitation of the historic Hayden High School building. It will be a multi-use facility offering services, affordable housing and opportunities for seniors and pre-school children, youth and the entire Franklin community.
Be a part of this ground-breaking project with your purchase of an engraved brick(s) for $100/per to honor Della Hayden’s memory, or to pay tribute to an alumnus friend, loved one or a graduating class of Hayden High School. Your gift is 100% tax deductible. Contribute now.
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