Local woman gains seat on state board
Area resident and Licensed Massage Therapist Jamie Smith will be traveling to Harrisburg this year to serve the people of the Commonwealth.
According to a news release, last fall the governor's office was looking for a candidate for the State Board of Massage Therapy. Smith's schooling and experience qualified her for submission. The State Board of Massage is the governing body that oversees the licensing of all massage therapists in Pennsylvania. After being selected from the pool of candidates, her appointment was confirmed by the state Senate in December. She was sworn in February during the Board's semi-monthly meeting. Smith is one of six professional members that sit on the Board of Massage.
Smith has practiced massage therapy for seven years and said she is greatly looking forward to this opportunity to influence her profession for the better.
Smith currently practices under her business name Restoration Massage in Mill Hall, Zion, and Williamsport (Holistic Health Center on Lycoming Creek Road). For more information or links to the state's website check out: RestorationMassage.MassageTherapy.com
2 honored at
real estate firm
William Hodrick, president of Prudential Hodrick Realty, recently announced winners of the Williamsport office's monthly awards for February 2014. The award for the sales associate with top production in listings was presented to Marianne White while the sales award went to Karen Newcomer.
"Marianne and Karen understand the value of maintaining open communication with clients and doing their best to meet their needs. I'm glad to have them on our team." Hodrick said.
Award winner at
real estate firm
Martha Barrick, broker of the Lewisburg office of Coldwell Banker Penn One Real Estate, has earned the 2013 Office Manager's Award for Excellence. Barrick was one of only 226 affiliate office managers throughout North America in the Coldwell Banker system to fulfill the high-standard requirements of this prestigious award.
Employee of month
at Milton business
Kramm Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Milton celebrates Jan Meckley as the facility's March employee of the Month. She was elected by the leadership team at Kramm Nursing and Rehabilitation Center as the employee of the month.
Employees are elected on their overall performance, attitude and leadership roles. Meckley has been working at Kramm's for 31 years. She started as a certified nursing assistant and through the years has worked as a therapy aide and a restorative aide. Most recently, she accepted a position as nursing scheduler.
Meckley and her husband Wayne have two children and five grandchildren with one on the way.