KEYSER - Burlington's Mineral County Child Advocacy Center, SARAH'S House, is moving to a newly remodeled Keyser Main Street office situated closer to the Mineral County Courthouse, and will soon
KEYSER - Burlington’s Mineral County Child Advocacy Center, SARAH’S House, is moving to a newly remodeled Keyser Main Street office situated closer to the Mineral County Courthouse, and will soon
include an honor to a former BUMFS employee.
Keyser native Dawna Grayson Day most recently worked as a Child Protective Services supervisor in Garrett County. She passed away earlier this year and BUMFS staff wanted an appropriate way to remember her.
Dawna began her journey as a Burlington social worker in 1996. Then in 2004, she advanced her career at Garrett County Department of Social Services, where she continued to advocate for children.
She was a proud mother of two sons and a grandmother to five grandsons that she adored. All children were the light of Dawna’s eye.
She devoted her life to serving families in need. Her faith in Jesus Christ and passion for families she served made her a blessing and inspiration to everyone she met. Dawna’s presence will be deeply missed, but her legacy will never be forgotten.
BUMFS is honoring Dawna by naming the new conference room at SARAH’s House after her. Anyone interested in contributing to Dawna’s legacy may do so by making a donation. Those who pledge $100 or more will be added to the SARAH’S House donor wall. Donations will be used for the following:
- Conference table - $1,500
- Conference table chairs (12-15) - $200 each
- Television (training purposes) - $500
Send contributions to: BUMFS, Dawna Day Conference Room, 539 New Creek Hwy., Keyser, WV 26726.