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17 November 2022    |    Uncategorised

Farewell to Kerry

We bid a fond farewell to our Y Skills Academy Facilitator Kerry who, following 4 Years’ service with YMCA Glenrothes is moving onto new employment.

We want to pay tribute to Kerry and all she has achieved at the Y over many years.  It’s hard to believe but Kerry joined in July 2018 as the Administrator for YSA and becoming very involved at that time with the Skills Academy.  A couple of years later and with a qualification under her belt, Kerry took on the role of Facilitator for the Academy.  Since then, the Academy has gone from strength to strength, aligning with the development of the Garden and, thanks to Kerry, seeing the introduction of new activities for residents.

We will miss you Kerry, but you go with every good wish for your future and the very best of luck for your new job.

“It will not be the same without Kerry” (Terry, resident)

“Thankyou for all your help in the past 2 years, hopefully see you soon” (Marc, resident)

“Kerry’s positivity and work ethic has ensured that YMCA Glenrothes leads the way in ensuring the people YMCA Glenrothes support are at the heart of all we do. Kerry has ensured that those who need it the most are treated with compassion, dignity and that their voices are heard, and their choices are accepted.

Kerry has been instrumental in our Academy, Y Cycle project, inhouse activities and orchestrating the opening of The Healthy Living Garden, to name just a few. Kerry will be greatly missed by Service Users, volunteers, and her colleagues, and we wish her all the very best in her new vocation. Thank you, Kerry.” (Gareth, Service Manager).

“Kerry has been a loyal and dedicated staff member with a kind word and a smile for everyone she encounters.  Her positivity has been infectious.  We know that she will take the same “can-do” attitude to her new job.

That Kerry accomplished much during the pandemic is a real testament to her staying power,  but I know she would pay tribute to the staff teams with which she has been involved.  Thank you for your support of the Academy and Kerry and enabling positive things to happen over this period. ” (Mary, CEO)

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