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April 2021

  • Keswick Multi-Care Center: “Keswick volunteers contributed over 12,000 hours before the pandemic hit and we would like to recognize them for their continued support and service to Keswick and its residents.” Anne Adoryan, Nicole Anderson, Allyn Arnold, Phyllis Becoat, Emma Birkle, Morgan Brown, Deborah Burke, Gabrielle Burney, Tina Cao, Tania Carter, Ethel Cedrone, Reberta Charles, L’Rae Chester, My’Asia Clea, Kaila Davis, Nakiya Douglas, Tayla Eley, Edward Fisher, Ayushi Gautum, Deborah Givens, Yakhare Gueye, Maraj Gwynallen, Leonora Habersham, Chance Hatcher, Renee Hayward, Coretha Holly, Grace Kim, Pastor Dorothy Lewis, Kaya Lewis, Katie Locke, Julian Mendez, Shamira Morgan, Brenda Nnadi, Edmond Nolley, Sophia Ossei-Boateng, Nick Politakis, Jerome “J.P.” Price, Brianna Rogers, Zawadi Sankofa, Mark Seba, Violet Sloat, Isabella Smith-Johnson, Gabrielle Smith-Johnson, Kamare Sparkman, Loretta Spivey-Price, Virginia Swann, Juanita Teel, Theresa Thomas, Erin Ward, Kahmaya Whitehurst, Eliana Williams, Lance Lew, Claire Locke, Tierra Cross, Senghan Baek, Hanan Bandak, Chris Bedell, Elizabeth Chatpar, Andrew Cho, Irene Halferty, William Hoyt, Rachel Huang, James Huang, Hoyeon Im, Annette Mchugh-Jackson, Naveena Murugan, Marie Nunez Duarte, Reuben Park, Elissa Parra, Aishwarya Pradeep, Deepti Sudhakar
  • Warrior Canine Connection: “Volunteers contributed over 1000 hours of service to WCC in roles such as Puppy Parents, Puppy Sitters, and Whelping/Puppy Watcher Volunteers to help further our mission. Their dedication and selfless service enables WCC to place highly-trained, confident dogs with the individuals we serve, which is truly life changing.” Pat Hipsley, Jane Hipsley, Robin Martin, Wendy Notari, Christie Vu, Charlyn Tanner, Hillary Clagett, Michele Burkhammer, Deborah Scheuerman, Marielena McGuire, Lisa Pendleton, Michael Padhi, Sandi Rosenberg, Patricia Henderson. Linda Wang, Tammy Crozier, Bill Crozier, Celeste Diehm, Lily Wong, Patricia Gregory, Krista Vega, Katherine Kane, Ashley Poindexter-Tarmy, Terrie Bates, Lauren Meus
  • Boy Scouts of America Troop 328: “Volunteers served the Youth of Troop 328” Joe Krimm, Anne Feibusch
  • Nia’s Birthday Box: “The organization has contributed over 1,500 hours to help seniors and children in hospitalized, sheltered, and foster care environments feel included, comforted, and celebrated. We have given over 500 boxes full of birthday treats and life/hygiene necessities to these people.” Ronia Brown

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