On April 19th the Town of Montgomery Senior Independence Project hosted their annual “Volunteer Recognition Dinner” at the Village of Maybrook Senior Center. The annual “Recognition Dinner” is held in memory of deceased Maybrook resident and Charter Member Ruth Gardner.
The Town of Montgomery Seniors Independence Project (TOMSIP) is committed to supporting seniors by:
- Helping them remain in their homes rather than moving to institutional settings.
- Developing a program to coordinate volunteers and reliable vendors who will provide necessary services to achieve that goal.
- Keeping them in the community both for their benefit and to also enrich the community as a whole with their compaionship, experience and wisdom.
TOMSIP Volunteers offer Transportation Services, Grocery Shopping, Friendly Visits and Calls, Light Housekeeping/Chores, Clerical Visits and Library Services.
To become a volunteer call 845-457-4138
Welcome to the new volunteers of the Town of Montgomery Senior Independence Project – Laura Cormier, Karen Denisi, Larry Fumes and Kathleen Passineau
Volunteer of the Year- Deborah Christopher
2017 Vendor of the Year – Bauer Landscaping
Awards were presented by Orange County Legislator Michael Anagnostakis, Town of Montgomery Supervisor Mike Hayes and Village of Maybrook Mayor Dennis Leahy
A Special “thank You” to TOMSIP Project Coordinator Eileen Steed and the Dinner Committee: Joan Buck Smith, Tara Stickles, Anita Vandermark, Sandy Altman, Tom Steed, Cathrine Ododa and Mary Ellen Matise for their hard work in organizing the 2017 Volunteer Recognition Dinner!
Congratulations and THANK YOU to all of the volunteers of the Town of Montgomery Seniors Independence Project for your support of seniors in our community!