Weekly Roundup: Senior Home Security Program still accepting applications for home security surveys, Free rabies clinic
In other news, a Shamong resident won an Associate of the Year award at Kennedy Health Systems
Sheriff Jean Stanfield’s Senior Home Security Program still accepting applications for home security surveys
Sheriff Jean Stanfield announced today that her department is still accepting applications to provide seniors free home security surveys and modifications.
“Seniors looking to make their homes more secure can set-up an appointment with our professionally trained technicians who will conduct a security review and make recommendations based on their assessment,” said Sheriff Stanfield. “Door and window locks, peepholes, and smoke and carbon monoxide detectors are just some of the items that our technicians can install and instruct the senior on their use and operation.”
Burlington County has announced that its next free rabies clinic will be held July 27th from 11 to 11:30 a.m.
The county requests that pet owners bring proof of a prior rabies vaccine so the animal may receive a three year booster, without proof of prior vaccine the vaccine will be marked for one year. Proof could be a tag, certificate, township license or vet records.
Kennedy Health announced its Associates of the Quarter for the 1st Quarter 2017. Among the 21 winning associates was Shamong resident Maggie Mae Yacobacci.
Yacobacci, along with 20 other winners from across South Jersey and Philadelphia, were nominated by other Kennedy employees, and selected by a committee of former winners based on their exemplary performance, professionalism and commitment to Kennedy’s patients and customers. Each winner is honored with a gift and a special luncheon with President & CEO Joseph Devine.