Carey Gazebo

Carey Services has been forced to adapt with the pandemic. These changes included closing day services from March through June of 2020, changing employee procedures and moving fundraisers to virtual events.

It was a little more than a year ago when Carey Services hosted its “A Night at Carey” fundraiser. That was the last time things were “normal,” according to President and CEO Jim Allbaugh.

Allbaugh said he remembers that night vividly. He also remembers when he and his employees realized they were going to have to make significant changes to prepare for the coronavirus.

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