Sign In | Create an Account | Welcome, . My Account | Logout | Subscribe | Submit News | Home RSS
 
 
 

GCMH volunteers receive state recognition

July 26, 2015
Reinbeck Courier

Bob Crouse, Dot Mathews, Adele Pruin, Donna Ralston, and Mary Schmidt recently received a 2015 Governor's Volunteer Award from Governor Terry Branstad in recognition of their service to the Grundy County Memorial Hospital.

"Iowa is recognized as a national leader in volunteerism and service because of the steadfast devotion of our volunteers," stated Governor Branstad. "I am pleased to have an opportunity to personally thank this year's Governor's Volunteer Award recipients for contributing their priceless time and talent in ways that make an enormous difference in our state."

The Governor's Volunteer Awards (GVA) program was created in 1982, with inaugural awards presented in 1983. Award criteria include an individual or group who has:

Article Photos

Volunteers from the Grundy County Memorial Hospital who were honored at the 32nd annual Iowa Governor’s Volunteer Awards are shown with hospital CEO, Jennifer Havens, left, and Volunteer Coordinator Erin Schildroth, at right. Volunteers honored included, from left, Dot Mathews, Donna Ralston, and Adele Pruin. Not pictured: Bob Crouse and Mary Schmidt. Each of the five volunteers was recognized by Governor Terry Branstad for their exemplary service to the hospital.
Photo submitted

demonstrated exceptional commitment to volunteerism by helping with a special project or ongoing activities

demonstrated exemplary leadership, creativity, cooperation and hard work in their service to others

made an outstanding contribution to state or community through volunteer service

The hospital is currently in need of more volunteers in all areas. If you are interested in joining the Grundy County Memorial Hospital as a volunteer, please contact Erin Schildroth at (319) 824-4147.

 
 

 

I am looking for:
in:
News, Blogs & Events Web