CHOO! CHOO! The Celebration Train Stops With A Bang: Fruitland Hospice Volunteers!

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Since our nation began, volunteers have helped us through our greatest challenges and triumphs – patriots who fought for our founding ideals – and ordinary citizens who came to the aid of people in need. To recognize the countless acts of service performed by one of our most valuable assets . . . volunteers . . . National Volunteer Recognition Week was proclaimed (adapted from Volunteer Centers of Washington/Washington Commission for National and Community Service).

Snap…Crackle…Pop! Celebrating our Caldwell Hospice Volunteers!

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Since our nation began, volunteers have helped us through our greatest challenges and triumphs – patriots who fought for our founding ideals – and ordinary citizens who came to the aid of people in need. To recognize the countless acts of service performed by one of our most valuable assets . . . volunteers . . . National Volunteer Recognition Week was proclaimed (adapted from Volunteer Centers of Washington/Washington Commission for National and Community Service).

And the celebration continues…Volunteer Recognition Week: Baker City, Oregon

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Since our nation began, volunteers have helped us through our greatest challenges and triumphs – patriots who fought for our founding ideals – and ordinary citizens who came to the aid of people in need. To recognize the countless acts of service performed by one of our most valuable assets . . . volunteers . . . National Volunteer Recognition Week was proclaimed (adapted from Volunteer Centers of Washington/Washington Commission for National and Community Service).

Celebrating our Hospice Volunteers! Meridian, Idaho

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Since our nation began, volunteers have helped us through our greatest challenges and triumphs – patriots who fought for our founding ideals – and ordinary citizens who came to the aid of people in need. To recognize the countless acts of service performed by one of our most valuable assets . . . volunteers . . . National Volunteer Recognition Week was proclaimed (adapted from Volunteer Centers of Washington/Washington Commission for National and Community Service).

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