New Senior Director Accepts Check from Helping Hands

From left: Donna Crain Drury, Lasaundra Cobb, Milcah Cobb, Lina Young, Steve Carmichael

From left: Donna Crain Drury, Lasaundra Cobb, Milcah Cobb, Lina Young, Steve Carmichael

The new director of the Anderson County Senior Center, Steve Carmichael, accepted a check for $1,014.50 today from the Helping Hands-Heart of Community charity.  The charity, lead by Donna Crain Drury, raised funds by doing roadside litter pickup for the county government’s litter abatement program over the summer.  Donna said that the funds will be used to help senior citizens.

On his fourth day as being the new director, Steve said that he really enjoyed being at the center.  Before starting his new role, he worked at the Anderson Middle School and Christian Academy.  He then started working as a home care coordinator at both the Anderson and Woodford Senior Centers.  He later worked full time just at the Anderson Center before being chosen as the new director when Debbie Lottes retired last week.  His goal as director is to let more seniors know about the services the center offers and bring more community involvement.

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