During a month synonymous with love, local community management company Complete Association Management Co. (CAMCO) spread a lot of it.
First, on Feb. 11, National Giving Hearts Day, employees from the CAMCO Spirit Committee partnered with two local Girl Scouts to deliver handmade Valentine’s Day cards, Girl Scout cookies and stuffed animals to the staff and residents at Legacy House of Southern Hills.
The Girl Scouts, granddaughters of a CAMCO employee, had a cookie season in which it was harder to sell cookies because of COVID restrictions. So CAMCO decided to hold a cookie drive, and CAMCO and Gothic Landscape employees bought cookies to donate to Legacy House of Southern Hills, where CAMCO CEO Joel Just’s mother and mother-in-law reside.
“Through COVID … (the residents) have been locked in. They don’t get to go out and do as much as they normally did. So we’re here to try and brighten their spirits,” Just said during the event. “As well as the staff here. They do wonderful work.”
Legacy House staff members and a few residents greeted the CAMCO team and Girl Scouts outdoors to receive the gifts.
Then, on Feb. 17, Random Acts of Kindness Day, CAMCO Marketing Director Mary Rendina continued to spread love when she handed out Girl Scout cookies at Downtown Summerlin with her grand daughter. Rendina is also the founder of the #58RandomActsofKindness Facebook group, which encourages random acts of kindness in honor of the victims of 1 October.
In addition, CAMCO team members showed their appreciation to the firefighters at Clark County Fire Station 11 with another Girl Scout cookie delivery.
To learn more about CAMCO, visit https://camconevada.com or search for @CAMCONevada on Facebook.