Staff highlight - Molly Adams
For the past 22 years, Housekeeping Services Assistant Molly Adams has done all she can to help her team and residents of Clay Center Presbyterian Manor.
“It’s a very good place to work,” Molly said. “I enjoy visiting with the residents. I’ve built good friendships with them, and it’s interesting to hear their life story and what they did.”
For a while, one of the people she helped was her mother.
“My mom was here for three or four years,” Molly said. “So, I had to clean my mom’s room.”
In the past few years, COVID-19 has forced everyone to work a little harder to keep everything running smoothly. For Molly, that has meant performing both housekeeping and laundry services for residents.
“But I don’t mind,” she said. “I learned how to do both when I started.”
When Molly’s not helping out at Clay Center Presbyterian Manor, she’s likely spending time with her family, camping at a nearby lake, or tending to her garden.
“I mostly garden,” Molly said. “It’s been kind of slow this year, but we’ve had potatoes, radishes, and I’ve picked three or four tomatoes so far. We’ve planted watermelon, onions, and squash. And cucumbers - can’t leave them out.”
Thanks to Molly for all her hard work - and her years of dedicated service to the residents of Clay Center Presbyterian Manor.