It’s no wonder the center blossomed. Highlands residents are drawn to charity and service to their community. An exceptional environment attracts exceptional people.
Peggy recently had a renovation: upgraded infrastructure, restored office space, a contemporary look, warm colors, welcoming atmosphere, fabulous landscape, parking, and a pollinator garden, all thanks to local grants and donations. That’s how it is in Highlands. Peggy gives to the community and the community shows its appreciation many times over.
Martha Carmichael, a Peggy devotee, says, “A non-profit is all the things a community itself would strive to be known as: accountability, integrity, responsibility, ethics.
Peggy gives a helping hand, propping up non-profits that, in turn, give a helping hand to all the people that are in need of it. It’s wheel within a wheel, gears engaged with each other and community. It keeps on turning, providing sustenance, safety, learning, emotional support, land preservation, health, and so much more.
So give a hand to Peggy, both applause and support. Peggy’s the wheel deal.