On Friday, May 20, Linda Quackenbush, President of the Taylor-Brown Auxiliary, presented a check for $5000 to Debbie Lockett, Assistant Administrator of the Huntington Living Center, at the group’s monthly luncheon meeting at Ciccino’s in Waterloo.
The donation will be used to support activities and equipment to benefit the residents of the Huntington Living Center including: Sirius Radio renewal; three phonograph turntables; a snow cone machine; triple spindle drink mixer; cotton candy machine, slushy machine and a fire pit. Thanks to this generous donation, the residents will enjoy fun and delicious snacks and beverages, along with some great music, during their activities.
Linda Quackenbush, President of the Taylor-Brown Auxiliary, presents a check for $5000 to benefit activities and equipment for the Huntington Living Center, Waterloo. Pictured are (left to right) Quackenbush and Debbie Lockett, Assistant Administrator, Huntington Living Center.
“Huntington Living Center is very fortunate to have the Taylor-Brown Auxiliary- who have backed HLC for over 25 years,” says Lockett. “This amazing group of ladies continues to plan fundraisers throughout the year, even during COVID. Every year, our residents benefit from the Auxiliary’s hard work and determination. This year’s annual gift continues to be resident driven and the programs and theme activities will thrive, with or without COVID. These ladies are truly our Shining Stars.”
Funds came from a much reduced number of fundraising activities and events held throughout the past year, including a chicken barbecue, Doug’s Fish Fry sales and the annual Festival of Stars holiday tree event. New Taylor-Brown Auxiliary members are always welcome. For more information on how to become a member, contact Debbie Lockett: (315) 787-4949, [email protected].