Volunteer service is one of the biggest aspects of the successful Community Nurse story, and several very special volunteers were recently honored at our annual Volunteer Appreciation Lunch for their service with us, and two more were celebrated in the local community for their volunteerism.
Marge McGrath, pictured with Community Nurse CEO Angela Curran and Board
Chairperson Nick Chancellor, received the
Longest Years of Service Award
at our annual Volunteer Appreciation event in April. Marge, a dedicated volunteer, will celebrate 35 years of volunteering with Community Nu
rse this fall! Stop by and say "hello" to Marge on Monday afternoons in The Community Shop!
Sheila Shultz, one of our most passionate book team volunteers, received the
Most Hours of Service Award
. During the period of August 2016 through March of 2017, Sheila gave Community Nurse 313 hours! That is an incredible gift of her time and talents, and she definitely is a treasure!
Heart of Community Nurse Award
is a special acknowledgement from the Board and Staff for the volunteer or staff member that exemplifies the mission and spirit of Community Nurse.
is known for her positive attitude and willingness to go the extra mile. She is reliable and hardworking and takes pride in her role as a Community Nurse vol
unteer. As one of our staff noted, "Sandy is a joy to work with
for both volunteers and staff!". We are so lucky to have Sandy on our Community Nurse team.
Finally, honored at the recent Aging Care Connections
luncheon, were two other wonderful Community Nurse volunteers,
. Joan has been a dedicated volunteer for Community Nurse since 1994, and Jim since 2003, and we are so grateful for their years of commitment to volunteer service with Community Nurse. They truly are precious "gems" to us!