The 2017 CHS Recognition Luncheon was held June 16 at the Sedalia Country Club. CHS supporters, employees and program participants received awards for their accomplishments.
Ray Haley receives his Lifetime Achievement Award award
from CHS Board President, Cliff Callis
Ray Haley and his family
Cristian Estrada and family – Outstanding Personal Growth
Family & Child Development
Betty Hopkins – Outstanding Generosity and Volunteer of the Year
Ciara Pennock, Pettis County Health center, Outstanding Community Involvement
Garnetta Sullivan, Outstanding Community Involvement
Karen Tow, Outstanding Personal Growth, Employment Services
John Boy Gill, Outstanding Personal Growth Community Living
Jorge and Megan Guevara, Outstanding Employment Opportunities
Jessica Todd, Outstanding Personal Growth, Service Coordination
The Pettis County Ambulance District (PCAD) recently donated an Automatic External Defibrillator to the Center for Human Services (CHS). The equipment will be located at the Roger A. Garlich Center.
From left to right: PCAD staff, Tracy Rank and John Fleri CHS staff Ashley Atkinson, Emerson Cox, Jenny Todd, PCAD staff Paula Jordan and Lance Dempsey and CHS staff Ignacio Lopez.
The Knights of Columbus Council #831 recently presented the Center for Human Services/Children’s Therapy Center with a check for $446.10 from proceeds from their annual Tootsie Roll campaign. Council member Pat Oneill and volunteer Sarah Broadbent pose with Center participants, from left to right, Denna Johnson, Cory Finnern and Keishaun Jones.
Phil Kemp, President of the Sedalia Lion’s Club, presents a $500 donation to The Center for Human Services/Children’s Therapy Center’s Life without Limitations Campaign. Representing the Center is Development Director, Susan Mergen