This week the nearly 80 members of our R3M staff gathered for our annual Vision Day; team building, looking forward, and spiritual enrichment. Thank you to Hopevale Church – Saginaw for letting us use their space-it was perfect. To Pastor Mike and Sara from Bay City First Church of the Nazarene for great praise & worship and a message that hit home. To Pastor Robert Loggins for joining us as our guest speaker-always inspiring! And to our CEO, Dan Streeter, for your leadership and vision!
City Rescue Mission staff said farewell to one of its Emergency Shelter pillars. Barbara Fleming, affectionately known as “Ms. Barb”, retired after 23 years of service to the homeless. The Mission staff and Barb’s family and friends, gathered to share fond and fun-filled memories about her years of employment. Barb shared how full her life has been as a result of working at the Mission. She plans to return as a volunteer with the Mission Auxiliary and in the Mission gift shop. #R3MMinistries #Saginaw
The Saginaw Michigan Chamber of Commerce awarded Ken Streeter, Director Emeritus for Rescue Ministries of Mid-Michigan, the Community Impact Award. The award is an inaugural award that will be presented to leaders in the non-profit sector who have made a significant impact in the community and region at large. It was an honor for Ken to be the first of many to follow.
Ken received the award because of his passionate commitment to the homeless and elderly for over forty years. It was said of Ken “His ability to recognize and meet the needs of others has served the community well. Ken’s leadership and vision has grown City Rescue Mission from an organization with one employee and a $40,000 annual budget into Rescue Mission of Mid-Michigan, an organization with four divisions, more than 100 employees and an annual budget that exceeds $4 million.” Ken Streeter was nominated by Michigan State Senator, Ken Horn.