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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).

Hospice Volunteer of the Month – October 2011

Phyllis Hammer, a Baker City Heart ‘n Home Volunteer, has been chosen for the Volunteer of the Month for October 2011! Phyllis started her training in 2010. Since her training Phyllis has been very active in volunteering. She has three patients that she sees and she also helps with the foot spa; where she first got acquainted with Heart ‘n Home…

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