Since I moved to Chapin in 2005, I have had the privilege and pleasure of communicating important events and issues in our community, organizing and coordinating special events, helping businesses and citizens, and working with our schools, churches and local charities. If you ask me to name the best part of all these tasks, I would definitely say it would come down to meeting some extraordinary people. Some have challenged me, in both good and bad ways. Many have supported me and given me strength to persevere. From those who enjoyed a chuckle or a glass of wine, I have appreciated the friendships and new relationships I have experienced along this Chapin journey. And for that I am certainly grateful!
On January 3rd, I will start a new chapter as Communications Director for the State Treasurer's office. This is a new position at the agency, and I look forward to working with Treasurer Curtis Loftis and the leadership team to serve my state and my fellow citizens the best way I know how - through hard work, a passion for public service, respect for others, and a commitment to excellence in all I do.
Finally I want to thank Skip Wilson for providing this opportunity for growth and to make a positive impact in my community. I thank all my team members at Town Hall, past and present, for their support and collaboration. To our council members and to my former colleagues and board members at the Chapin Chamber, thank you as well. I am not saying so long - more like see you around as I will continue to be part of the 29036!
Merry Christmas and Godspeed!