January 29 Update: Council on Aging’s Provider Services team was selected as a recipient of a Clinton County Community Champion Award in the non-profit category.
In December, Council on Aging’s (COA) Provider Services team was nominated for a Clinton County Community Champion (C4) Award. The award, presented by the Clinton County Convention and Visitors Bureau and the Wilmington-Clinton County Chamber of Commerce, honor the businesses, community partners, and citizens who work to make Clinton County a wonderful community to live, work, and visit.
COA’s Provider Services team was nominated for their behind the scenes work to ensure vulnerable older adults in the county have access to the services and support they need to remain safe and independent at home. The team demonstrates exceptional commitment to Clinton County older adults by building and managing the provider network that delivers critical services to homebound older adults. Without this network – which includes Clinton County businesses and organizations – many older adults would not receive the care they need.
COA’s Provider Services team includes: Business Relations Partners Monica Schulze, LaTricia Long, Natasha Wuebker and Nicole Holts; and Contract Specialist Beverly Montgomery-Clark.
The team was nominated by COA Board member Sarah Boehle and COA Advisory Council member Donna Slone Gumbert, both of whom are Clinton County residents.
Click here to read the full nomination. Award winners will be announced Friday, Jan. 26 at the Convention and Visitors Bureau’s annual meeting.