Community Action homemaker honored


Pam Combs, who works as a homemaker for the Clinton County Community Action Homemaking Program, was recently recognized by the Council on Aging after receiving accolades from one of her senior clients. The client stated that Pam does a good job, she always goes out of her way to help, and the client doesn’t have to tell her anything. He stated that she does a “whale of a job.” The Homemaking program provides services for seniors enabling them to remain self sufficient in their homes.

Pam Combs, who works as a homemaker for the Clinton County Community Action Homemaking Program, was recently recognized by the Council on Aging after receiving accolades from one of her senior clients. The client stated that Pam does a good job, she always goes out of her way to help, and the client doesn’t have to tell her anything. He stated that she does a “whale of a job.” The Homemaking program provides services for seniors enabling them to remain self sufficient in their homes.


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Pam Combs, who works as a homemaker for the Clinton County Community Action Homemaking Program, was recently recognized by the Council on Aging after receiving accolades from one of her senior clients. The client stated that Pam does a good job, she always goes out of her way to help, and the client doesn’t have to tell her anything. He stated that she does a “whale of a job.” The Homemaking program provides services for seniors enabling them to remain self sufficient in their homes.

Pam Combs, who works as a homemaker for the Clinton County Community Action Homemaking Program, was recently recognized by the Council on Aging after receiving accolades from one of her senior clients. The client stated that Pam does a good job, she always goes out of her way to help, and the client doesn’t have to tell her anything. He stated that she does a “whale of a job.” The Homemaking program provides services for seniors enabling them to remain self sufficient in their homes.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2020/07/web1_IMG_3691.jpgPam Combs, who works as a homemaker for the Clinton County Community Action Homemaking Program, was recently recognized by the Council on Aging after receiving accolades from one of her senior clients. The client stated that Pam does a good job, she always goes out of her way to help, and the client doesn’t have to tell her anything. He stated that she does a “whale of a job.” The Homemaking program provides services for seniors enabling them to remain self sufficient in their homes. Submitted photo