Business Briefs: Berkshire County Arc reconizes employees
Berkshire County Arc recognizes employees
Berkshire County Arc celebrated its staff during the agency's Staff Appreciation Awards Picnic which took place recently at Berkshire West Athletic Club.
Administration: Outstanding Contribution to the Administration — Chris Andrews. Nursing Department: Outstanding Relief Nurse — Elizabeth Vaughn.
Residential Services: Best Relief Staff — Kim Figueroa; Best Relief Staff — Maria Melendez; Best Part-Time Staff — Mercy Cronze; Best Awake Night Staff — Art Peterson, Michael Hopkins; Best Full-time Staff — Norman Sanderson, Frank Petruzelli, Sue Badger, Louisa Moore, John Walsh; Dedicated Service Award — Janie Ray, Lisa Demary, Juanita McGovern, Kathy Chandler; Most Improved Program — Laurel Street; Most Consistent Program — Swamp Road; Teamwork Award — Kowchuk Drive; Best Assistant Site Manager — Ed Lewis; Best Residential Site Manager — Theresa White; Program of the Year — Robert Street.
Brain Injury Services: Diamond Award for Being Multifaceted — Shila Vallencourt, Zak Gratton; Special Thanks and Recognition (STAR) Award — Jessica Mullaly; Award for Initiative and Creativity — Gail Leroi; Award Excellence in Crisis Management — Toni Miller; Award for Flexibility and Adaptation — Ed LaMothe, Dawn Mousette; Steady, Trustworthy and Reliable (STAR) Award — Rachel Williams; Beth Collier; Program of the Year — Greylock.
Day Programs: Sunshine Award — Dylan Loring; Teamwork Award — Kayla Lemaire, Ben Fedora, Pat Desormier, Stephen Albareda; Challenge Accepted Award — Mary Wright; Special Dedication as a Habilitation Specialist — Mackenzie Melski.
Vocational Programs: Exemplary Advantage Employee Network Employee — Meredith Kirby, Nell K. Ketchum; Zip 'N Sort Outstanding Service — Jean Clemons.
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