New Directions Honors Workers
New Directions Youth and Family Services recently honored recipients of the agency’s Milestone Years of Service awards, which recognize individuals who have dedicated their careers to helping Western New York children and families receiving New Directions services. Individuals from New Directions’ southern tier programs honored during the second quarter were: Gary Learn for 20 years and is a maintenance technician; Anthony Augustyn for 15 years and is a senior youth worker; Lucas Bradshaw for five years and is a transporter; Zachary Garber for five years and is an adventure recreation supervisor; Jamie Holdnack for five years and is an employee health records manager; Nicholas Shelley for five years and is a transporter; and Danielle Strickfaden for five years and is an equestrian program counselor.
“We are pleased to celebrate the milestones of seven valued employees,” said Jim Coder, New Directions CEO. “We are grateful for each person’s knowledge and expertise, and for their commitment to ‘fostering good’ for local children and families.”