Last week, the Southborough Senior Center celebrated the retirement of Alice Kavanaugh at age 95.
Heartfelt thanks to dear Alice Kavanaugh- last day working @ Sr Ctr-until she comes in to play cards! pic.twitter.com/g7RhzrFFi9
— Town of Southborough (@17common) December 4, 2015
Southborough Wicked Local ran a nice piece on the senior who was a vital part of the Southborough Senior Center for more than 10 years.
“It has been a lot of fun,” she said. “You reach a point in life and think ‘I’ve done enough.’ I’ve been healthy. It’s time to do something different.” . .
[Pam Le Francois, the director of the senior center, ] said it has been a privilege to work with Kavanaugh, calling her the “heart of the senior center.”
To read more, click here.
As I previously shared, next month marks the retirement of Southborough Youth & Family Services’ Laurie Sugarman-Whittier after three decades.
At last week’s Board of Selectmen meeting, her replacement was officially announced. Assistant Director, Sarah Cassell will move up into the post. The Town is now in the process of finding a replacement for Cassell.
Congratulations to all three ladies!