Business: Winthrop Memory Care Center celebrates ribbon-cutting in East Rome. Labor Department, Juvenile Justice to hold job fair Nov. 19.

Business: Winthrop Memory Care Center celebrates ribbon-cutting in East Rome. Labor Department, Juvenile Justice to hold job fair Nov. 19.

From left to right: Brook Shell, Renee Fuller, Gardner Williams, Shane Rehberg, Charlie Williams,Tami O’Neal, Stacey Cantrell, Christal Smith and Dianemarie Collins. Winthrop photo.
Memory Care Administrative Staff (left to eight) Shane Rehberg-Executive Director;  Wade Cook-Maintenance Supervisor;  Tami O’Neal, RN-Resident Services Director;  Renee Fuller-Operations Manager; and Skip Fowler-On-Site Manager/Weekend Supervisor. From Winthrop.

 

Charles Williams REIC celebrated an open house and ribbon cutting at the new Winthrop Memory Care Center at 10 Highway 411 in Rome on Friday.  The 16-unit memory care center is for residents with dementia, memory loss or an Alzheimer’s diagnosis. The memory center can accommodate 18 residents (two units are double occupancy). The former childcare academy was updated to accommodate the memory care center. It features a large common area, dining area, sitting areas and courtyard for outdoor sitting. Call 706-236-2500 for more information. For two-plus dozen more photos, please click here.


The Georgia Department of Labor is partnering with the Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice to host a job fair Nov. 19 from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. at the Rome Career Center, 462 Riverside Parkway, Rome. The Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice hopes to hire potential juvenile correctional officers. Job seekers interested in attending the event may visit employgeorgia.com to create an account so you can prepare and submit a résumé. Having an Employ Georgia account expedites the interview process. Applicants are encouraged to bring their résumés, driver’s licenses and dress business casual to improve their chances to be hired.

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