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The Cherry Tree Listening Project 5/23/14: Those who ran Cherry Tree Crossing say their jobs were more than tough.

May 17, 2014 11:00am (EDT)
Staff says running a business was hard when they were also playing roles such as counselor, sister and more.
Staff says running a business was hard when they were also playing roles such as counselor, sister and more.

 

Friday 5/23: As Property Manager and Assistant Property Manager at Cherry Tree Crossing, Chantra Williams and Beatrice Ramos had tough jobs. Not only did they have to run "the business side" of the complex, but they often found themselves in the role of counselor, big sister, auntie, or even grandmother to some of the residents who needed a guiding hand. Hear their story now!

 

The Cherry Tree Listening Project is a multi-part series, produced by GPB-Augusta in Collaboration with The Greater Augusta Arts Council. It airs weekdays in May during “Morning Edition” at 7:35a.m. and during “All Things Considered” at 5:44p.m. on 90.7FM WACG/GPB-Augusta.


All volunteers receive training, free parking and a catered meal provided by Carole Parks Catering.

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