This year, National Administrative Professionals Day was celebrated on April 27, and the Berlin Police Department took this opportunity to shine a light on the work done by its administrative pro, Marlene Kastner.
Chief of Police Matthew McNally wrote on social media: “This holiday is always celebrated on the Wednesday of the last full week of April. Although it’s not observed as a public holiday, this day is still important and there’s so much to celebrate. This holiday even got its own episode on ‘The Office.’ This day of recognition has gone through several makeovers to reflect changing administrative titles and responsibilities in the modern workforce. While its moniker has changed, the purpose of Administrative Professionals Day remains the same: to celebrate and shed light on the many contributions of these devoted and valued administrative professionals.
“Today, here at the Berlin Police Department, we would like to recognize our Administrative Professional, Marlene Kastner. Since her arrival here at our department over a decade ago, Marlene has been, and continues to be, a compassionate professional and a valued member of our department’s team [delivering] quality police service to our Berlin community.
“Marlene, thank you for all that you do for us here at the Berlin PD. Enjoy your day! “