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Helping to build hunger-free communities one Senior Box at a time
After two years of helping Second Harvest Community Food Bank build hunger-free communities, Sharon Sloan has announced her retirement.
Sloan served as the Programs Assistant during her time at Second Harvest, working closely with our Community Members to help them apply for Yellow Cards and also making sure our Senior Box program ran smoothly. Sloan has been a vital asset to the Second Harvest team and will be missed.
“I know there are hundreds, maybe thousands of lives that Sharon has touched during her time at Second Harvest,” says a co-worker. “Lives made less difficult - what a special gift to others. Sharon you are loved and will be deeply missed. “
“Sharon is always willing to help where ever she is needed,” says a co-worker. “Sharon will be greatly missed.”
According to Sloan, one of the best parts of her job was helping our Members and connecting them with the resources they needed.
After retiring Sloan plans to spend more time with her family as well as enjoying her hobbies of gardening and planting flowers. Second Harvest would like to thank Sharon for her dedicated service and wish her much happiness as she embarks on a new journey.
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