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Jennifer Glick: Community Action Employee of the Quarter

Send a link to a friend  Glick, in center, receives her award from Steve Lobb, board chairman, and Angela Stoltzenburg, Community Action director.

[April 18, 2009]  Community Action has announced its Employee of the Quarter. Jennifer Glick of Lincoln, a family partnership specialist for the Head Start program in Logan County, was awarded the honor for her dedication to and advocacy for Head Start children and their parents. Community Action Head Start serves preschool children and their families from the low-income community in six central Illinois counties.

"Jennifer exemplifies the Community Action promise," said the co-worker who nominated Jennifer for this honor. "She cares deeply about the Head Start families and continually strives to provide the level of service that improves the quality of their lives."

Glick was recognized by her peers as a true advocate for the Head Start families she serves. She was described as always willing to go above and beyond the normal, everyday requirements of her job and always available to the families and staff, providing help and support where needed.

She was presented with a plaque and a $50 gift card by Angela Stoltzenburg, executive director of Community Action, and Steve Lobb, board chairman

Community Action Partnership of Central Illinois is a private, not-for-profit agency serving the low-income and senior populations of six counties in central Illinois. For more information, visit

[Text from file received from Community Action Partnership of Central Illinois]

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