The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) at Douglass Community Services recently honored 13 volunteers who had completed their first 100 hours of RSVP service.

The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) at Douglass Community Services recently honored 13 volunteers who had completed their first 100 hours of RSVP service.

RSVP volunteers who were honored included:

Lana Black

Margaret Dees

Mary Durbin

Gina Hoover

Thomas Jansen

Carolyn Jeffrey

Sharon Palmatory

Madge Pattebaum

Curtis Peck

Julie Peck

Jeanette Ray

Mary Stewart

Teresa Zeiger

“Completing the first 100 hours of service is an important milestone in volunteering,” said RSVP Director Stacey Nicholas. “It demonstrates a commitment to community improvement and volunteering.”

Partially funded by the Corporation for National and Community Service, RSVP enriches the lives of senior adults through significant community volunteer service and personal development. RSVP encourages seniors to volunteer their talents, experiences, skills and hobbies to community not-for-profit agencies for the betterment of those agencies and the community as a whole. RSVP at Douglass Community Services is a United Way Agency.