Outer Banks Chamber holds ribbon cutting for Monarch Elder Concierge Service
Published 1:45 pm Tuesday, August 22, 2023
The Outer Banks Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting for Monarch Elder Concierge Service on August 10.
Jim Gilreath, chairman of the Chamber board and attorney at Rose, Harrison, Gilreath & Powers, P.C., congratulated Tamara Warren on the new business in Kill Devil Hills. “I provide support to elders that need assistance to remain living independently or those transitioning back home after surgery,” stated the event announcement. “The duties performed range from errands, meal prep, grocery shopping, medical transport, light housework, pet care and companionship interaction.” Warren is specialized in dementia care and is also CPR/first aid certified, noted the announcement.
The Outer Banks Chamber of Commerce serves Dare and Currituck counties and Ocracoke Island.