Miller's_Age of Excellence 2019Co-workers and volunteers from Miller’s Senior Living Community Plymouth attended the 23rd annual Age of Excellence Awards Luncheon celebrating the commitment and dedication of agencies, programs and individuals who care for and serve the elderly, disabled, and low-income populations in their communities.

Hosted by Real services, attendees had the privilege to hear keynote speaker Coach Lou Holtz.  In his speech Holtz talked about life is about the choices we make.  To make good choices he urged us to: “do what is right, do everything to the best of your ability and genuinely show people that you care about them.”

The event also gave people a chance to network with others from the Michiana Area.

VickiSimones and JodyBirk each won Lou Holtz’s book “Three Rules for Living A Good Life”.  Anna Corbett and Heather Birk won centerpieces off the tables.


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Those attending the Age of Excellence Awards banquet were from left –right:

Seated – Mary Wraight,  Nancy Smiley, and  Diane Schaal.   Standing – Diane Swygert, Anna Corbett, Cindy Flagg, Vickie Simones, Angie Bradfield, Jody Birk, Heather Birk, Hal Scoot,BryanZehr, Doug Brenner, Max Richardson, and Gwen Calvert.