Volunteers thanked at CAB luncheon
TheCAB RH Rediker held its annual Volunteer Brunch, last Friday, celebrating their over 150 volunteers. These volunteers help deliver over 10,000 meals-on-wheels, they provide transport and accompaniment over 900 times for out-of-town appointments, they run the family counter, the income tax clinic, the blood pressure clinic and much more.
This year’s theme for National Volunteer Week was: Volunteers are part of the ripple effect. Volunteer work is like a stone thrown in a lake: its effect has a direct impact. At A full house of volunteers enjoyed a delicious luncheon, last Friday, at the CAB RH Rediker. the same time, like ripples, volunteer efforts reach out far and wide to improve communities.
The CAB RH Rediker is in need of more volunteers. People are welcome to volunteer just a few hours a year, a month or a week; it is very flexible. For information call 819 876-7748.
Dignitaries attending last Friday’s Volunteer Luncheon were (l. to r.) Ayer’s Cliff mayor Alec van Zuiden; Ogden mayor Michael Sudlow; Orford MNA Pierre Reid; and Compton/Stanstead MP Jean Rousseau.