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Season of the Woodview

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SUCCESS IS SWEET! Seasons at the Woodview was awarded the Sundae Best trophy by the Southeastern Virginia Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association for raising the most money for the Memory Walk through the sales of ice cream sundaes. This is the 7th consecutive year that the Seasons team has received this recognition. From left, Lois Puckett, clinical coordinator; Pam Perkins, housekeeping; Dawn Tuck, activity coordinator; Angela Coleman, CNA; Mary Hamlett, CNA; and Elmer Wiles, CNA. In the middle is the coveted trophy which will remain at Seasons for another year.

SoVaNow.com / April 21, 2010
For the seventh consecutive year, Seasons at the Woodview has captured the coveted Sundae Best trophy awarded by the Southeastern Virginia Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association. The annual award is given to the team of volunteers who receive the most donations towards the annual Memory Walk through the sales of ice cream sundaes.

“We were determined to keep the trophy at Seasons,” said Lois Puckett, clinical coordinator. “Our Memory Walk team works very hard throughout the year with fundraisers for this event, and the ice cream sales are always a big hit.”

The Sundae Best competition was initiated in 2002 by the Southeastern Virginia Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association as a friendly competition between teams and facilities supporting the annual Memory Walk. Seasons was awarded the trophy for the first time in 2003 and has not let it go since.

“We are thankful for all those individuals and businesses that supported our efforts,” Puckett said.

Funds raised for the Alzheimer’s Association are used locally to support programs designed to assist individuals and families dealing with the challenges of Alzheimer’s disease and similar memory disorders. The annual event is held all over the country in the fall of each year.



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