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Author: Julie Conn, Executive Assistant Every year at this time, I ask my colleagues to share their resolutions for the New Year. Principal/Owner Becky White said, “Ride my bicycle more frequently and savor the beauty of this life.” Our IT Manager Joe Moon shared his, “Leave yesterday’s pain and sorrow behind, and live for a […]
By Julie Conn, Executive Assistant Now that the holiday season is coming to a close and 2017 is officially here, many of us around the office have been thinking about our New Year’s resolutions. When Sain Associates were asked to share their resolutions for 2017, this is what we learned:
We love getting together with our Sain Associates employees and their families whenever we have the chance. Our most recent company event was held on June 17th at Lake George in Irondale, where we all did a little fishing on a Friday evening. This event was strictly for some down time with employees and a […]
It’s the beginning of another new year. This is a time when many people are busy setting personal and professional goals, making resolutions and in general, trying to get a fresh start. And while we all do these things to get ready for a new year at Sain Associates, we’re also already thinking about all the FUN we’re going to have in 2016. Our Funtime Committee will play a big part in these plans.
Every year, we enjoy participating in a Christmas service project. Last year, we made a donation in honor of our clients to Designs for Hope to purchase water filters. This is a wonderful initiative, but our employees found themselves missing the opportunity to actually get their hands busy with a project. Packing shoeboxes for the Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child project was the perfect solution. We craved a hands-on experience that allowed us to literally give of ourselves to help others.
As a life-long horse lover, getting involved with The Red Barn in Leeds almost a year ago, was the perfect opportunity for me to give back to the community. Since I grew up in the city, I never owned my own horse, but working in the stables at the Barn is a great substitute.