“Should it be it’s or its? There or their?”
Cynthia Murrell of Norfolk is one of those behind-the-scenes volunteers who is so vital to our organization but never seems to get credit. For several years, Cynthia has been working as a copy editor for VaHomeschoolers Voice.
Photo courtesy of Maggie Selph Moore
“She was the spark that ignited the flame.”
Jeanne Faulconer of Stanardsville is widely known as a writer and speaker on homeschooling issues, and she has devoted most of her homeschooling life to VaHomeschoolers.
“Are there enough superlatives to adequately describe her?” [...]
Let us introduce you to the fabulous Phaup teens. These cousins:Tyler, Ryan, Adrienne, Susie, Elizabeth and Abigail Phaup, and family friend Cheyenne Greene (whom we count because the Phaups do!), are the offspring of former board member Karen Phaup and her husband Bruce, and Bobbi Jo and Jay Phaup(one of our founders). [...]
Submitted by Kendra Bond Niehaus
“Write for Voice. If you think you have a story to tell, you probably do!”
Meet Jenny Meyer of Prince William County, editor of VaHomeschoolers Voice and much-appreciated volunteer. Jenny has been managing editor of Voice since the September/October 2012 [...]
In Appreciation Special Volunteer Spotlight on Lois Curling Web Redesign Director Extraordinaire….and So Much More “Enjoy life. Enjoy Learning. Homeschool!”—Lois Curling
Lois Curling of Mechanicsville is one of VaHomeschoolers’ most vital unsung heroes. Her contributions over many years have been crucial to the organization’s existence. Member of the Board of Directors since [...]
Volunteer Spotlight on Bettie Sotomayor “Volunteering shouldn’t be a job you hate.”
Meet Bettie Sotomayor of Suffolk, our Announcements Editor and a whiz at graphics! Bettie uses her experience and skills in photography, graphic design and general technological know-how to enhance our email announcements that go out every few days. [...]