Citizens of Kodiak has been recognized by the State of Alaska for its work. State Department of
Health and Social Services director William Hogan wrote three letters of
commendation in praise of the group's work on behalf of Kodiak seniors. The letters
were the result of nominations by the State of Alaska Division of Senior and
is the executive director of Senior Citizens of Kodiak.
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Senior Citizens of Kodiak is an
umbrella organization that provides numerous services in Kodiak.
The three letters of commendation
praised the Nutrition, Transportation and Support Services, the Adult Day
Program, as well as Senior In-Home Services. The programs and staff were cited for "hard work and a continuing
commitment to health and wellness of Alaskans."
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Branson praised all of the staff
and the board of directors of the organization for their efforts. Senior Citizens of Kodiak was
nominated for the honors as a result
of successfully meeting grant project goals for the last fiscal year and for
demonstrating successful outcomes. Besides fulfilling stringent grant
requirements, Branson says that it takes a huge effort to procure the state
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Branson said the she's very
pleased with the state-wide recognition for Senior Citizens of Kodiak and
believes that its further evidence that the organization is fulfilling its
mission of support services for people 60 and older on Kodiak
letters, the health and social services director thanked the organization for
"enduring dedication to improving the welfare of Alaskans."