Cass County shows appreciation to its employees
Cass County hosted a luncheon to show its appreciation for its employees at the Law Enforcement Center on April 25.
This was the third annual Cass County Employee Appreciation Luncheon which was catered by Hope 4-H club.
“I want to thank everyone for coming out and I want to thank Hope 4-H for providing our food again this year,” said Judge Becky Wilbanks.
“I want to thank Judge Wilbanks for letting us come one more time, we were here for this event last year, out 4-H has had a very active year,” said Brian Whatley with Hope 4-H.
“Preparing this meal is part of the fundraisers that we do, the only way that we have money to travel on is whether we pull it out of our own pocket as parents or we allow the community to help support our events and activities and fundraisers,” said Whatley.
Commissioner of Precinct 1 Brett Fitts and Commissioner of Precinct 3 Paul Cothren presented the service pins to the county employees to recognize them for their many years of service.
Judge Becky Wilbanks, Glenn Jackson and Earnest McCord were recognized for 30 years of service to Cass County.
Alan Hoss Powell was recognized at the luncheon with a 25 year service pin.
Benjamin Scott Dupree, Phillip Hayes, Mark McCasland and Lesley Smith were presented with 20 year service pins.
Sharon Brown, Kelvin Ivory and Terry Russell were recognized with a 15 year service pin.
Kaylin Kluge and Jenny Foster were presented with a ten year service pin.
Donna Beasley, Denisa Bryce, Joshua Fowler, Karen Porterfield, Wendy Vaughn and Curtis Peters were presented with a five year service pin.