As coordinator of the program, Pavon has helped many local organizations find volunteers for their programs and events. Among the organizations that have received help from the program include: the Trigg County Country Ham Festival, Take a Kid Fishing Day, Tax Preparation for Seniors, America Reads, nursing homes in the areas, the Lions Club Easter egg hunt, Bowl for Kids’ Sake, the Red Cross, Big Brother Big Sisters, the John L. Street Library and the Trigg County Sheriff’s office.
Pavon said she was retiring from her position mostly to spend time with her grandchildren. She said she has enjoyed her time with PACS-RSVP and that she will miss it. She said she has enjoyed helping organizations that needed her help, as well as working with so many wonderful volunteers.
“There have been so many people willing to give to the community,” Pavon said. “It’s going to be hard to give up. I have mixed feelings about leaving, but I want to spend time with my grandchildren. Everything comes to an end.”
Pavon said she would continue working as a volunteer when she can, and that she grateful that volunteers would be holding the upcoming reception in her honor.
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