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This November, team members from a variety of Fairway Management communities in our Southern region worked together to spruce up their local communities. Employees from the following communities all either volunteered at local organizations or planned events to better their communities: Longleaf Senior Village, Waynesborough Academy Senior Residences, Sawmill Landing, Renaissance Park, Live Oak Landing, Radcliffe Manor and Ware Hotel.
One of these opportunities included a day of volunteering at the Centers for New Beginnings, a non-profit that serves children and adolescents with special needs in Waynesboro, Georgia. Team members from Waynesborough Academy Senior Residences and Longleaf Senior Village spent the day cleaning and performing maintenance for the non-profit.
Nona Weddon, Waynesborough Academy Senior Residences property manager, describes what the Centers for New Beginnings means to her. “My grandson is autistic and received therapy from the Centers for New Beginnings, so this non-profit is near and dear to my heart. Gary performed simple maintenance on the back porch for safety while I sanitized toys. Gary and I enjoyed giving back to the community of Waynesboro, Georgia.”
We are so proud of the Fairway Management communities that came together for a great cause. Thank you for improving every community you touch!