\r\n\r\n[caption id="attachment_25006" align="alignnone" width="1059"]<a href="https:\/\/mountainmedianews.com\/?attachment_id=25006" rel="attachment wp-att-25006"><img class="size-full wp-image-25006" src="https:\/\/mountainmedianews.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/sites\/13\/2017\/02\/Izzos-with-Manchester.png" alt="" width="1059" height="794" \/><\/a> Willa Izzo (left), John Manchester and Pat Izzo[\/caption]\r\n<h1>On Feb. 15, John Manchester, mayor of Lewisburg, signed a proclamation honoring Pat and Willa Izzo. They are this year\u2019s recipients of Shepherd\u2019s Center\u2019s Community Service Award.<\/h1>\r\nThe luncheon to honor them is quickly approaching - Mar. 14 at noon at the Roland P. Sharp Alumni Center at WVSOM campus. This is always a great event and the highlight of the afternoon will be the presentation of the video on their life of service by the award winning videographer, B.J. Gudmundsson. It is not too late to get your tickets for the luncheon to honor Pat and Willa. Call the Shepherd\u2019s Center office for details\u00a0 at 304-645-4196.\r\n\r\nOn Thursday, Mar. 2, the spring Adventures in Learning classes will begin. The Shepherd\u2019s Center has added several new classes this session such as Everyday Gourmet, Faith in Action - After the Flood, to name a couple; plus they have past favorites such as Current Events, Creative Writing, and more. Lunch is prepared by various churches or organizations in the area.\r\n\r\nFor those of you living in Western Greenbrier County - Adventures in Learning held at the First Baptist Church in Rainelle will begin Mar. 22.\u00a0 Again, they are offering several new classes and a field trip is planned. They are happy to be back at the church after the devastation by the flood in June, 2016.\r\n\r\nShepherd\u2019s Center just held the AARP Safe Driving Class for seniors with Troy Holbrook presenting the new condensed curriculum to a packed class. A second (possibly a third) class is planned. If you are interested in taking this class and lowering your automobile insurance, let them know. A class is also being considered for Western Greenbrier if there is enough interest. Please call the office if you would like more information on the driving classes and would like to register.\r\n\r\nPlease call the Shepherd\u2019s Center office at 304-645-4196 for registration information for the Adventures in Learning Classes or if you would like to attend the CSA Luncheon.