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Letter: LOEL Center directors, staff deserve thanks

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Posted: Wednesday, December 11, 2013 12:00 am

I am a blessed and fortunate senior of Lodi.

On Dec. 5, 2013, I attended a Christmas luncheon at the LOEL Senior Center. I was met at the door with smiles and friendly faces. Then I sat down to a wonderful, hot, delicious lunch prepared by the LOEL Center cooking staff and their helpers. I was attended to by the Board of Directors of LOEL as well as the staff of LOEL. Everything was perfect. What a treat!

It is very hard to tell you how happy and content I was. My feelings of joy were expressed, and I had a sweet, wonderful, joyous time. I observed that everyone else had a big smile on their face and talked, and were all so pleasant. What a wonderful, hard-working, friendly group of people who make up the Board of Directors and staff of the LOEL Senior Center.

It may not always be said but you all, staff and board, are loved and appreciated for all you do for us seniors of Lodi.

God bless you all and if God made anything better, he kept it for Himself. The staff and board are the very best in Lodi.

Della Badeker

Lodi

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1 comment:

  • Ralph Cesena Jr posted at 9:28 am on Wed, Dec 11, 2013.

    rpcesena Posts: 3

    The LOEL Center couldn't be in better hands! Tracy Williams and her staff / team / board do amazing things for seniors in our community. They cannot be thanked enough!

     

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