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Thanks to Staunton Senior Center Volunteers


vol choicesVolunteers (from left) Doris Chandler, Roy Drake and Frances Penn choose crystal glasses as thank you gifts for their work at Staunton Senior Center. They were among those who attended the annual Volunteer Appreciation Party that took place Sunday, April 7 at SSC. More than 150 area citizens volunteer as Meals on Wheels drivers, program leaders, entertainers and local council members for the Center each year. In 2012, SSC volunteers logged 5,219.5 hours for a dollar value of $119,515, based on 2011 wages.

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