Here at Council on Aging of West Florida, we continue to be amazed by our staff%u2019s dedication and passion for assisting over 2,200 seniors in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties. Our programs and services would not be possible without the generosity of our donors, volunteers, and staff. Today we celebrated a milestone anniversary of site manager, Carol Spring. Spring has been working for Council on Aging since January 2005 and celebrates 10 years of service with our agency.
Spring started as a Community Services Assistant before being elected as a Site Manager at the Felix Miga Center. In 2012, she was assigned the task of managing a new site at Grace Assembly of God. Not only did she help find the new location at Grace Assembly, but she also continually spends time recruiting participants, and has built a great rapport with those who attend, creating a family-like atmosphere. Her welcoming, pleasant personality and dedication has built and sustained the meal site at Grace Assembly.
Spring is also quick to take on added responsibilities. Her current senior dining site is also a Meals on Wheels pick up hub. She often times runs the meal routes herself, which is outside of her normal job duties.
We would like to congratulate Carol Spring on her 10 year anniversary and say a HUGE thank you for her admirable service to this community.
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