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Staff Appreciation Week

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Published on September 14th, 2012 | No Comments »

This week at The Arc it’s staff appreciation week. A time to relax and be goofy while honoring all the work that all our staff, both in and outside of our headquarters, does everyday.

Baby Wall

You must have been a beautiful baby…Guess what staff looked like as a child at the baby wall

Appreciation Wall

All the pieces fit, when we work together. The appreciation wall lets staff tell each other how important they are.

Madden Monday

Show your hometown (or favorite team) spirit!

Go Ravens!

 

Go O’s!

More Hometown Spirit

 

Twinday Tuesday

Grab a partner or partners and confuse the office by dressing alike

All for one and one for all

Our nurses are funny

Wacky Tacky Wednesday

Socks with sandals, hair curlers, blue eyeshadow and bright colors…oh my! Its wacky tacky day at The Arc.

We are definitely wacky!

Having fun

and being goofy

Laughing Together

Salad Dressing Thursday

Today its all about the dressing….salad dressing that is. Today staff were inspired by their favorite dressing. Thousand Island, Green Goddess, Honey Mustard, French and even Taco Salad made an appearance!

From Left to Right: Thousand Island, Italian, Honey Mustard, French, Raspberry Vinaigrette, Green Goddess, Asian Ginger, Taco Salad, Blue Cheese, Blue Cheese

Oooh La La…

Arc Wear Friday

All the staff were given sweatshirts and other goodies at the beginning of the week.  Friday was the day to show off your new sweatshirts.

Staff Appreciation Party

Saturday ends Staff Appreciation Week at The Arc. The week ends with a bang with a party. Staff will mix and mingle eat crabs and other foods, play games and dance the night away!

About the Author: Jessica lives in Columbia, MD. She has a Masters Degree in Art History and has been a member of Resource Development at The Arc for almost 3 years. Jessica helps coach Special Olympics track and is the twin sister of Nicole, who has an intellectual disability.