Congratulations to Dr. Holly Woltz for being the recipient of the "Time to Care" award for the month of August! This award was created by WRDW News 12 to spread positivity and acknowledge those who are great influences in their community. Jessica Russell, a member of our front desk team, was the one to nominate Doc Holly for this award.
Being a veterinarian is never just a 9-5 job, and Doc Holly is well aware of this as she never hesitates to step up to the plate and be a great influence in the Aiken community. As our Chief of Staff here at Veterinary Services, she helps provide the highest quality of care for all of your furry family members. Outside of work, she is involved in numerous community organizations, including G.E.M., a program that helps young high school girls transition into the real world, as well as Relay For Life for nearly 20 years now.
Doc Holly also takes part in the Paws for Cancer program, which helps raise cancer awareness for pets. And last but certainly not least, she has been a major advocate for the spay and neuter program at our county shelter. Her work has helped control the overpopulation of stray and feral cats in our community.
Thank you Doc Holly for all that you do in our community, and congratulations on your well deserved recognition! r