LIMERICK PA – Limerick first-responders – police officers, firefighters and medical technicians who are among the first on the scene during an accident or other emergency in the township – recently were honored by residents of the Limerick Green community for seniors, its owner, Pennrose Properties, announced Tuesday (Oct. 1, 2013).
Volunteers and employees of the housing complex at 827 N. Lewis Rd. during September coordinated what was described as its first annual recognition luncheon, which was attended by many first-responders; township Police Chief William J. Albany, fire company Chief Ken Shuler, and more than 30 Limerick Green residents. Each first-responder was presented with a certificate of recognition.
“Our community has an amazing team of public servants who put their life on the line for us every day,” said Audrey Wilkins, Limerick Green resident activities coordinator. “We wanted to find a way to honor them and show our appreciation.”
Philadelphia-based Pennrose develops and operates multi-housing communities in Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Ohio, Maryland, Alabama, Tennessee and Washington D.C.
Photos from Limerick Green Community