volunteer

of the

 year 2013 

 


 


Steve Rayhill
 

Steve is chairman for Books ForKids - Organizes readers, orders books, stamps each book twice withG K info

For the monthly food bank

Helps with the Gear Sales for G K

Each week sends the Nugget to those who are unable to come to meetings or to get the Nugget

Is a money counter at St James, delivers funeral food to church, works on food and toy project at Thanksgiving and Christmas

Salvation Army bells, food, toys, angel tree, food bank

Helps with numerous projects at and for St Mary's Hospital Auviliary

GK peanut day

Special Olympics Bowl-a-thon

Tutor and work with students at Muffley, Mt. Zion Grade

Works with Muffley Backpack Weekend Food Program

Helping Neighbors - many hours and helping projects

Kiwanisone Day park cleanup

Adopt a Street for G K

Director on Golden K Board of Directors

On golf outing committee

And more

VOLUNTEER OF THE MONTH

January

Mary "Betsy" Herald

Betsy spends her time volunteering in various capacities at St. James and Patrick Church plus numerous charities.  She has been a member since 2004.  Congratulation, Betsy.

 

February

Jack Kenny

Jack volunteers for various projects within the Decatur Park District.  He is on the Decatur Park District Board.  He volunteers at Grace Methodist Church, and other volunteer opportunities through out the year. Congratulations, Jack.

 

March

                           Duane Boriff

Volunteer of the Month for March is Duane Boriff.  Duane volunteers at the Korean Veterans and other senior citizen events. Congratulations, Duane

 

2000 Hour
Service Awards

Our members volunteer over 2,300 hours per month to a broad range of agencies in our community. One member has over 1100 volunteer hours this year alone. Nine other members volunteer over 400 hours per year and at least 30 volunteer over 200 hours per year. They volunteer at churches, the Salvation Army, Decatur Memorial Hospital, St Mary's Hospital, Meals on Wheels, Baby Love, Easter Seals and many others. Since volunteering and improving our community is one of the foundations of Kiwanis we felt it was appropriate to recognize our members who are outstanding volunteers.

Our club recognizes members who have volunteered at least 2,000 hours of their time to the community since 1995. They are presented a plaque in recognition of their service and their name is also put on a club plaque with other members who have volunteered at least 2,000 hours. After they reach 4,000 hours they are recognized again and the information on the plaque is updated to reflect the 4,000 hour accomplishment. This recognition plan was the brain child of member Wen Henby and was initiated in 1998. We now have 36 members with over 144,869 volunteer hours who have qualified for the plaque.

The members pictured below have all reached
the 2,000 hour level. All figures are as of
 
January 2012

(Click on the plaque)

 
   
 

 

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