Lowes And Sheremet Homes Spread Christmas Cheer

Contributed by Rachel E. Greenberg, Mat-Su Senior Services

Christmas came early for tenants at Colony Estates, a senior housing facility in Palmer owned by Mat-Su Senior Services (Palmer Senior Citizens Center, Inc.). Lowe’s Home Improvement Center through the Lowe’s Hero’s Project partnering with Sheremet Homes donated hundreds of hours of labor and thousands of dollars of supplies to repaint and redecorate the facility which was constructed in 1998.

The Mat-Su Senior Services is dedicated to ensuring seniors have a good quality of life.  MSSS provides services such as congregate and home-delivered (Meals on Wheels) meals, transportation, chore services, adult day services, respite services, senior employment opportunities, exercise programs and so much more. As a non-profit organization that relies on state and federal funding; businesses such as Lowe’s and Sheremet Homes should be recognized and commended for their outstanding service to make our community great.

Lowe’s of Wasilla Opened in Dec. 2004. For 12 years, they have actively supported the local community with employees volunteering their services.

Sheremet Homes has been in business in the Valley since 2006. Building custom homes, residential, multi- family and small commercial buildings. He is a huge supporter of the local community.

Lead by two outstanding Lowe’s managers, Shirley and Fergie, Colony Estates hallways were repainted in one week. Thank you to Lowe’s and Sheremet Homes for showing our community what the holiday season is all about by painting and redecorating Colony Estates.