This Week at CSC

Keeping you “In the Know…” 1/17/20

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Call Center Update:

-The upstairs Call Center refresh continues this week! The old carpet and workstations were removed, walls have been patched and painted and new carpeting has been installed. Furniture and workstations are scheduled to be installed early next week. Thank you for your continued support and patience during this project.

Winter Weekend Planned at Highbrook Lodge:

-Adult Winter Weekend will take place from Friday, February 7th at 5:00 p.m. through Sunday, February 9th at 12:00 p.m. at Highbrook Lodge. The cost for this snowy weekend getaway session is $75 without transportation, $90 with. CSC staff members are encouraged to spread the word about this session to their adult clients. CSC staff members living with vision loss or blindness are also invited to attend as participants. If you are interested in volunteering for the weekend (or for just a few hours), please contact Jenny Schaeffer (x4596). Spots are limited and will fill up quickly – so please start sharing news about this opportunity!

Congratulations, You’re Awesome!

-Congratulations to Kevin Pye and Randy Knapp for winning the Random Acts of Awesome Award presented at Thursday’s All Staff Celebration. Kevin was nominated by Jenny Schaeffer and Randy was nominated by Bryan Manthey.

Congrats to everyone else who was nominated this time around: Tony Becker nominated by Susie Meles, Jennifer Dean and Sylvia Snyder nominated by Alicia Howerton and Sylvia Snyder nominated by Vince Williams and Jenny Schaeffer.

Items of Note:

-Please note beginning Monday, February 3rd the Eyedea Shop’s new store hours will be 9:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.

-Did you know there are actually two Air Force Ones? Every vehicle needs maintenance to stay in tip-top shape, especially if it's expected to transport a country's leader around the world. So when Air Force One's SAM 28000 Boeing 747-200B plane is getting a tuneup, there's an identical SAM 29000 standing by. One plane is always ready for the president's use whenever needed.