That’s why so many organizations and the locals who benefit from their services sing her praises. They appreciate the low, manageable rent in exchange for a beautifully-renovated, warm and welcoming space which, in turn, helps the community in dozens of ways, among them: educational enrichment, counseling, land conservation, health/well-being, immigrant assistance, military service-men/women support, and a launching platform for new businesses to establish quality products and services for the area, thus building local economy.
Peggy’s non-profits in particular have stepped-up, assisting the community in this challenging time. Some organizations address health concerns, both physical and emotional for all members of the family. Some manage the well-being of the environment and the restorative air which has become a powerful draw to the region. Others broaden our horizons educationally, keeping our minds busy. It’s no wonder PCC is located in the facility that was Highlands’ first hospital. Taking care of others, ourselves, and the environment is foremost.
Peggy’s walls encompass a full circle of community, from the disadvantaged to those who lovingly support them. PCC continues to blossom, and is proud to house organizations which care for people and things that might otherwise be lost in the world’s current uncertainty.