Caring and Sharing of South Walton celebrates volunteer turning 100 years old

MS. KAY SKIBBE turns 100 years old.

Caring and Sharing of South Walton is looking forward to celebrating one of its most dedicated volunteers, Kay Skibbe, turning 100 years old on April 5. Ms. Kay, as she’s affectionately called, has been volunteering with the organization for more than 15 years and remains a dedicated advocate of their mission. 

“Ms. Kay has been working with us for a long time now and she remains sharp as a tack!” said Barbara Owens, Assistant Director at Caring and Sharing. “We can always count on her to be at her Friday morning volunteer shift, ready to work.” 

Caring and Sharing invites the community to come celebrate Ms. Kay on April 5 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. They will be serving mini cupcakes from Sweet Henriettas and offering 15 percent off purchases from the Caring and Sharing Thrift Store, in honor of Ms. Kay’s 15 years of service. 

“We are so lucky to have Ms. Kay volunteering with us for all these years! She keeps us on our toes and we are looking forward to celebrating her 100th trip around the sun with her,” said Kim Hope, Director of Caring and Sharing. 

Caring & Sharing of South Walton provides food and assistance to local residents with the support of churches, civic groups, individuals, and businesses. Caring & Sharing of South Walton also operates a Thrift Store. Sales in the Thrift Store cover operating expenses and generate funds to help clients with food, prescriptions and utilities. Items for sale in the Thrift Store include clothing, housewares, bedding, furniture, electronics and books. 

The Thrift Store and Furniture Warehouse are open 6 days and are staffed by many volunteers who work to display, sort, sell and assist with the store operation. In addition to yearlong assistance, Caring & Sharing also has special projects for Back-to-School, Thanksgiving, Christmas including Angel Tree gifts for children. Fore more information visit