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Volunteers recognized for service

November 28, 2012
Westfield Republican / Mayville Sentinel News

MAYVILLE - Members of the Retired Senior Volunteer Program were recently recognized for their service to the Children's Center at Chautauqua County Family Court in Mayville.

The center is funded by a grant from the Unified Court System and operated by the Family Services division of Chautauqua Opportunities, Inc.

"We would like to publicly thank our awesome volunteers here at the Children's Center," Site Supervisor Debby Ruland said. "They work with the children in such a heartwarming way. It's just a joy to watch them develop special relationships. They are simply the best."

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Pictured from left to right are: Retired Senior Volunteer Program volunteer Carole Haas; Children’s Center Site Supervisor Debby Ruland; and Retired Senior Volunteer Program volunteer Shirley Vogel.

RSVP is a part of Senior Corporation and is administered by the Corporation for National and Community Service. Volunteers receive pre-service orientation and training from the organizations served and supplemental insurance while volunteering. As funds are available, travel reimbursement assistance may be available. Anyone 55 years of age and older can volunteer.

RSVP offers a full range of volunteer opportunities with many local and national organizations with the intent of making a real difference in the community by promoting stronger families, better schools and safer communities.

For more information on volunteer opportunities, call the RSVP Project Coordinator at 366-8070 in Dunkirk and 665-3038 in Jamestown.

 
 

 

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