Chris Holman welcomes Jeff Scheibel - President and CEO of YMCA of Metropolitan Lansing to talk about a couple of awards the YMCA recently gave out.
The first award given was the 37th C. Colton Carr Exemplary Volunteer of the Year Service Award and was presented to Heather Cooper Kim. The C. Colton Carr Exemplary Volunteer of the Year Service Award is the highest award for YMCA volunteers and is dedicated to the memory of C. Colton Carr who exemplified the spirit and mission of the organization. Kim was honored and humbled to receive the C. Colton Carr award! She has volunteered at the Lansing Y for more than a decade and currently serves as a member of the Metro Board of Directors and have been chair of the Christian Emphasis Committee since 2011. She also has served the past four years as Team Leader on the Metro Annual Campaign.
The second award the YMCA gave was the Kellie Dean Healthy Living Community Impact Award. The winner this year is the Tri-County Office on Aging. They are the 4th recipient of this award to recognize community organizations that exemplify a commitment to improving and expanding access to healthy living in our Community, a sustainable program model for others, and a commitment to collaborating and working with others. Tammy Lemmer - Community Relations & Grants Manage was on hand to represent the Tri-County Office on Aging.