Habitat honors resigning directors and welcomes new ones!
Habitat for Humanity Pickens County presents a Certificate of Appreciation to resigning director and committee chair Judy Harvey. Judy’s first volunteer task with Habitat was painting the interior of a home. Subsequently, Judy performed other chores during construction all the while developing an affection for hands on work. Judy’s interest eventually went beyond construction leading to becoming a member of the board of directors, along with assuming the duties as chairperson of the finance/administration committee. Judy was always a cheerful participant in Habitat activities extending her interests beyond those encompassed in the finance/administration scope of duties.
Not pictured are Pat Williams and Brad Herren. Pat was chair of the volunteer relations committee and Brad chaired public relations, both also served on the Board.
It goes without saying that all three will be sorely missed. Judy, Pat and Brad were always coming up with ideas that further advanced Habitat’s mission. Additionally they implemented new policies and procedures within their committees that truly ease operations while producing a fruitful result.
Welcoming new Board members is always a pleasure it shows that Habitat’s mission within the community is being recognized and attracting talented local citizens to help illuminate our presence.
Monique Vinelli (left) assumed the duties as chair of the volunteer relations committee and accepted an invitation to become a board member. Monique brings an innate inquisitiveness to Habitat and Lynn Swafford’s (right) genuine interest to serve will be an asset to Habitat’s future. New board members were installed at the January meeting and will serve for a term of three years. (Pictured in the center is president Steve Greenwell)