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Council on Aging Welcomes Angie Skinner as New Development Coordinator
By: Council on Aging (COA)
“Angie has been involved in the NASCAR Industry for more than 10 years and brings a wealth of successful charity event planning skills to COA with her,” said Sarah Gurtis, COA’s CEO. “Her duties will have her working closely with our marketing team and the Living Gifts Foundation team to increase our community presence through awareness and fundraising activities,”
Skinner is an Ohio native has done everything from negotiating contracts for NASCAR radio broadcasts to writing NASCAR-themed books, organizing countless charity events, and she has achieved all these goals while also playing a vital role in managing racers’ careers. Angie and her husband Mike Skinner have maintained their home in Port Orange since 1999. Having moved to NC in 2009, they are now returning and will call Florida home.
COA was established under the Older Americans Act by the Federal Department of Health and Human Services. COA is a “Lead Agency,” designated by the State of Florida as a service agency directly tasked with the health and welfare of senior citizens. For more than 45 years, COA has been the authority on Aging Services, and one of the largest service agencies in northeast Florida. Thousands of clients are served every year within its broad spectrum of senior service programs including meals programs, health services and senior activities. They can be reached at (386) 253-4700 or visit them online at http://www.coavolusia.org/
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