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Celebrating 56 years of service to our community, CWi continues to serve the region as a leading advocate for people with disabilities and other needs. A not-for-profit human services organization, CWi provides supports and services to over 1,200 individuals offering a wide range of opportunities for people with physical, intellectual and behavioral health needs. We celebrate the exceptional members of our CWi family who have reached milestones in their careers by dedicating themselves to supporting and empowering others. Billii Jo Laprairie 15 Years 10 Years 5 Years 3 Years CWI’s Years of Service Award Recipients 20 years Susan Schermerhorn Kimberly Fulton-Reeves Juanita Gonyea Larry Hall Cora Irwin Yeanda Tracy Linda Frulla Donald Mansmith Melissa Middleton Kathy Natale Donna Porter Erik Szewczyk Jennifer Tougas Lauren Aliotta Denice Bussiculo Darlene Eichen Deborah Grace Sabrina Gregory Meredith Hastings Jennifer Hawley Deborah Hersey Todd Jenkins Amy Macy Kathleen Marinelli-Scully Diana Marshall Harry McDonald Janet Monroe Amanda Muratorri Noel Palmer Megan Rabbitt Gabrielle Scally Jamie Schwindt Leah Shea Karl Smoczynski Jill Barone Kerry Brush Jarred Butler Katherine Center Meredith Clynes Raymond Coulman Cortina Greene Sarah Hanchett Melissa Jenison Jeanne Jenkins Brooke Kinderman Crystal LeFaucheur Autumn Malone Lisa McDonald Kelly Meehan Sara Morehouse Alyssa Moynihan Edward Parker Lori Robillard Emmeline Sleezer Kristina Strain Jamie White Our MissiOn Community,Work & independence offers innovative supports and services, empowering people with differing abilities and needs to discover their potential and pursue the lives they envision. Our VisiOn Creating opportunities to build meaningful lives Working with compassionate people to write personal life stories inviting communities to share in each person’s journey ...Enriching lives one story at a time. 16 Pearl Street, Glens Falls, NY 12801 • 518-793-4700 •

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