News By Tag
News By Place
Stewart-Marchman-Act Team Prepares Meal, Serves the King & Queen of Spain
Tweet this: Stewart-Marchman-Act team enjoyed preparing and serving the King & Queen of Spain lunch during their visit to St. Augustine. @SMABehavioral
By: SMA Behavioral Healthcare
"We were honored to be selected to prepare and serve King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia lunch at Flagler College in St. Augustine College," said Ivan Cosimi, SMA’s CEO. "With the talent of Chef David Bearl overseeing the delivery of food service at SMA, and conscientious staff like Kevin Gallagher, Alicia Vincent, Carolyn Sentelik, and Kelly Bazanos doing their part, our clients are treated like royalty every day," he added. The chefs that prepared the food were SMA’s Chef Kirk Kief, Chef Kevin Gallagher from WARM, and University of Florida Chef David S. Bearl. The SMA staff that served the King and Queen were Rhonda Harvey - Vice President for Residential and Crisis Services at SMA, Carolyn Sentelik – Stewart-Marchman-
The last visit by Spain's monarchs to the city was in April 2001, when Felipe's parents, King Juan Carlos I and Queen Sofía visited St. Augustine. The royal couple’s tour of St. Augustine during this visit included the Cathedral Basilica, which was the first Catholic church on the American continent and was given the first money by the Spanish crown in the 1790s according to Father Tom Willis.
SMA Behavioral Healthcare has been serving the northeast Florida community with mental health and drug treatment services for over 50 years. SMA provides more than 35 mental health and substance abuse programs, providing prevention, diversion, intervention, and treatment services, delivered to diverse client populations Flagler, Putnam, St. Johns, and Volusia counties.
SMA Behavioral Healthcare’s mission is to deliver exceptional and comprehensive behavioral healthcare to individuals and families in our community. SMA’s vision is of a community where addiction and mental illness are treated promptly, comprehensively and with respect for all. Contact SMA at 800-539-4228 or online at http://www.smabehavioral.org/
SMA Behavioral Healthcare
Page Updated Last on: Oct 02, 2015