Arbor Landing team member is a Brunswick County “Future 10″
We’ve always thought Amy Cause, director of community relations at Arbor Landing at Ocean Isle, was great. Apparently, others have noticed, too.
In the latest edition of South Brunswick Magazine, Amy was named a Brunswick County “Future 10,” which recognizes Brunswick County professionals who have exhibited a commitment to excellence in their careers and have worked to enhance the quality of life in their community.
Ridge Care is proud of its many team members who work hard to be positive forces in the communities our assisted and retirement living communities serve.
Way to go, Amy!
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