From L to R: Pamela Saunders from Butterfly Consulting, District 1 Commissioner Keli Gambrill, San Miller from South Cobb Arts Alliance and Phyllis Silverman from the Senior Resource Foundation of Cobb County

On January 24, Phyllis Silverman, Founder and President, and Herb Silverman, volunteer, from the Senior Resource Foundation of Cobb County attended a packed audience to hear our new Division 1 Commissioner Keli Gambrill give her vision for Cobb County during a luncheon hosted by the West Cobb Business Association at Lost Mountain Baptist Church.

Commissioner Gambrell was open to suggestions concerning the senior community and plans to speak with Mrs. Silverman in the near future to discuss issues that are pertinent to the continued improvement of senior life in Cobb County.

More than that, the SRFofCC participants informed and encouraged people about our Better Tomorrow Senior Expo on September 12 at the Cobb County Civic Center. Booths are now available and it is free admission to the public!

District 1 Commissioner Keli Gambrill and Phyllis Silverman from the Senior Resource Foundation of Cobb County
District 1 Commissioner Keli Gambrill and Phyllis Silverman from the Senior Resource Foundation of Cobb County
District 1 Commissioner Keli Gambrill and Shan Ricketts, President of the West Cobb Business Association (R)
District 1 Commissioner Keli Gambrill and Shan Ricketts, President of the West Cobb Business Association (R)
From L to R: Phyllis Silverman from the Senior Resource Foundation of Cobb County (L) and Julie Morin from NORE Women’s Health (R)
From L to R: Phyllis Silverman from the Senior Resource Foundation of Cobb County (L) and Julie Morin from NORE Women’s Health (R)
From L to R: Margaret Shearon from Color Street, Donnie Grass from All-Print and Phyllis Silverman from the Senior Resource Foundation of Cobb County
From L to R: Margaret Shearon from Color Street, Donnie Grass from All-Print and Phyllis Silverman from the Senior Resource Foundation of Cobb County
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