Friday, April 19, 2013

Outstanding Volunteers recognized by Board of Supervisors


April 19, 2013
     The York County Board of Supervisors recognized outstanding county government volunteers at its meeting Tuesday night.
     These volunteers were recognized for the many hours they have donated to helping various county departments, from the local Cooperative Extension Office to New Quarter Park and the Senior Center of York. In all, the county benefitted from the help of 2,061 volunteers and 88 groups in calendar year 2012, who contributed an estimated 59,995 hours of volunteer service. The value of those volunteer hours added to the generous contribution of $172,494 in monetary and in-kind donations the county received equals approximately $1,500,783 donated to county government operations in 2012.
     The county's 2012 Outstanding Volunteers are: Senior Center of York Volunteer Myrna Graham, Tall Ships Committee Volunteer James Parry, Virginia Cooperative Extension Master Gardener Jan Wiener, Head Start Program Volunteer Morris Randall, Historical Committee Volunteer Lois Winter, Virginia Master Naturalists Jan Lockwood, Lois Ullman, Joyce Lowry and Jeanette Navia, and Head Start Program Supporters Crystal Breede and Jerry Kenney (representing the Mariners' Museum), and Antoinette Lansdell, Mosquito Monitor Volunteer.

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