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During National Salvation Army Week, the organization presented five organizations and one individual with special Doing the Most Good Awards.

During National Salvation Army Week, the organization presented five organizations and one individual with special Doing the Most Good Awards.

Ann Malpass has been nominated by the Woman’s Club of Cayce for the General Federation of Women’s Club’s prestigious Jennie Award.

The Salvation Army of the Midlands celebrated National Salvation Army Week by presenting community partners with Doing the Most Good Awards to—United Way of the Midlands, Harvest Hope Food Bank, BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina, IMG (Insurance Management Group), University of South Carolina (Leadership and Service), and Cynthia Byrd.

Saranna Casselman, benefit integrity specialist; Juliet Harley-Myers, adult protective services coordinator; Melissa Rogers, foster care worker; and Makeshia Sumter, case initiation specialist with the child support division at South Carolina Department of Social Services, were recently chosen as Employees of the Month.

Jennifer Gissendanner, PE has joined Thomas & Hutton’s Environmental Department as a project manager.

Wallick Investments, LLC’s chief equity composite strategy, WI Core Growth, received a 4-star Morningstar Rating.

Ann Malpass

Ann Malpass

Kelsey Desender has been named executive director of The Five Points Association.

Yolanda McCray has been named director of programs at Palmetto Place Children and Youth Services

(L-r)—Juliet Harley-Myers, Saranna Casselman, S.C. DSS State Director Michael Leach, Melissa Rogers, and Makeshia Sumter.

(L-r)—Juliet Harley-Myers, Saranna Casselman, S.C. DSS State Director Michael Leach, Melissa Rogers, and Makeshia Sumter.

 

 

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