Memorial celebrates Volunteer Week


April 18-24 marks National Volunteer Week, and Memorial Health recently celebrated its nearly 200 active adult volunteers with a drive-through parade celebration and naming of the annual recognition award winners. Volunteers at Memorial support the organization in the areas of mobile/community meals, in-house messaging, information desk, patient care, gift shop and various other services. Pictured at the parade on Tuesday is (left) David Roebke, Director of Food & Nutrition, sharing treats with Memorial volunteers Becky Headings and Nancy Kirtley, while (right) Joni Stevens, Director of Volunteer Services, greeted each car.

April 18-24 marks National Volunteer Week, and Memorial Health recently celebrated its nearly 200 active adult volunteers with a drive-through parade celebration and naming of the annual recognition award winners. Volunteers at Memorial support the organization in the areas of mobile/community meals, in-house messaging, information desk, patient care, gift shop and various other services. Pictured at the parade on Tuesday is (left) David Roebke, Director of Food & Nutrition, sharing treats with Memorial volunteers Becky Headings and Nancy Kirtley, while (right) Joni Stevens, Director of Volunteer Services, greeted each car.


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April 18-24 marks National Volunteer Week, and Memorial Health recently celebrated its nearly 200 active adult volunteers with a drive-through parade celebration and naming of the annual recognition award winners. Volunteers at Memorial support the organization in the areas of mobile/community meals, in-house messaging, information desk, patient care, gift shop and various other services. Pictured at the parade on Tuesday is (left) David Roebke, Director of Food & Nutrition, sharing treats with Memorial volunteers Becky Headings and Nancy Kirtley, while (right) Joni Stevens, Director of Volunteer Services, greeted each car.

April 18-24 marks National Volunteer Week, and Memorial Health recently celebrated its nearly 200 active adult volunteers with a drive-through parade celebration and naming of the annual recognition award winners. Volunteers at Memorial support the organization in the areas of mobile/community meals, in-house messaging, information desk, patient care, gift shop and various other services. Pictured at the parade on Tuesday is (left) David Roebke, Director of Food & Nutrition, sharing treats with Memorial volunteers Becky Headings and Nancy Kirtley, while (right) Joni Stevens, Director of Volunteer Services, greeted each car.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2021/04/web1_memorial.jpgApril 18-24 marks National Volunteer Week, and Memorial Health recently celebrated its nearly 200 active adult volunteers with a drive-through parade celebration and naming of the annual recognition award winners. Volunteers at Memorial support the organization in the areas of mobile/community meals, in-house messaging, information desk, patient care, gift shop and various other services. Pictured at the parade on Tuesday is (left) David Roebke, Director of Food & Nutrition, sharing treats with Memorial volunteers Becky Headings and Nancy Kirtley, while (right) Joni Stevens, Director of Volunteer Services, greeted each car. Submitted photo