Day of Caring volunteers give seniors gift of independence

Heros of the Week

Posted: Monday, October 23, 2006

 

  First National Bank employees are shown above in this undated photo. Back row, left to right, Lori Peikert, Julie Wheeler, Bonnie Boyles and Brenda Northup. Front row, left to right, Kim Daniel, Suzette Baty, Marilyn Pipkin, Amanda Tressler, Becky Latona, Teresa Renney and Charlie Weimer. Not pictured: Betsy Petterson. Photo submitted by Linda Flowers

First National Bank employees are shown above in this undated photo. Back row, left to right, Lori Peikert, Julie Wheeler, Bonnie Boyles and Brenda Northup. Front row, left to right, Kim Daniel, Suzette Baty, Marilyn Pipkin, Amanda Tressler, Becky Latona, Teresa Renney and Charlie Weimer. Not pictured: Betsy Petterson.

Photo submitted by Linda Flowers

Central Peninsula Counseling Service's Forget-Me-Not Center, a daily activity program for seniors who still want to remain active despite limitations imposed by illness, would like to thank the employees of First National Bank for their commitment to bettering our community by participating in United Way’s Day of Caring.

This group of people provided not only their physical support, but also a willing and cheerful attitude in carrying out projects at our facility —to get done whatever we needed.

They not only gave our living room a new coat of paint, but also washed windows and cleaned up our garden and got it ready for winter.

Thank all of you, First National Bank employees, for your commitment to our community and the Forget-Me-Not Center!

Linda Flowers

Central Peninsula

Counseling Service



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