SCI IN THE NEWS
SCI’s Solomon named to Georgia Trend’s “40 Under 40”
Chief Operating Officer Michael Solomon was honored recently as one of Georgia Trend magazine’s “40 Under 40.” After working in corporate banking for many years, Michael followed his heart and moved into the nonprofit world when he joined SCI last year.
Michael had been very active with United Way, and his contributions there led to an invitation to join SCI’s Board of Directors. During his Board orientation, Michael learned about SCI’s programs that help seniors remain independent and decided that he wanted to fully commit himself to that cause. He immediately applied for and was selected as COO, overseeing Adult Daytime Care, Neighborhood Centers, Transportation, In-Home Care, Aging Life Care, and the kitchen.
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Seniors will be cooler this summer thanks to SCI's annual fan drive, which begins June 6
SCI neighborhood center gets clients moving on National Senior Fitness Day
tom barton praises the learning center's "One big question" symposium
SCI President Patti Lyons explains how the Family Care Act will help seniors and their families
Devoted SCI volunteer Rosalie Wilson wins prestigious awards
SCI volunteer Rosalie Wilson wins United Way's highest volunteer award
SCI Announces The Center for Successful Aging
Proposed cuts to the Older Americans Act and Meals on Wheels in the news
Mayor DeLoach delivers Meals on Wheels as part of the national "March for Meals" awareness campaign
Members of The Learning Center and a Meals on Wheels volunteers talk about their experiences on WSAV-TV's The Bridge. Click here to watch
Local author Nancy Brandon unveiled her new novel, "Show Me a Kindness," at The Learning Center on Tuesday. Much of the book is set in SCI's 90-year-old building, which used to be the Central of Georgia Railroad Hospital. Nancy shared interesting info about the building that she uncovered during her research, and gave the audience some teasers about the characters and plot of "Show Me a Kindness." A book signing and launch party created by The Detail Department followed the talk.