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Local citizen receives Governor’s Volunteer Award

September 17, 2017
Reinbeck Courier

Lloyd T. Smith of Reinbeck received a Governor's Volunteer Award from Governor Kim Reynolds and Lt. Governor Adam Gregg during a special recognition ceremony held September 1 in Cedar Falls.

Lloyd T. Smith was honored with an individual 25 years of service award nominated by Allen Hospital for patient escort.

"I am pleased we can provide a way to help organizations honor the devoted volunteers who help the organization deliver on its mission," stated Adam Lounsbury, Executive Director of Volunteer Iowa. "Volunteers across Iowa are contributing their time and talent in incredible ways to help solve the most pressing challenges in their communities."

More than 600 awards are being presented this year during ceremonies held at several locations around the state. It is estimated that more than 31,000 hours of service, with an economic impact of more than $727,000, were served by this year's honorees during the past twelve months.

Coordinated by Volunteer Iowa, the Governor's Volunteer Award program - now in its 34th year - provides an easy way for Iowa nonprofits, charitable organizations, and government entities to honor their volunteers with a prestigious, state-level award. More information is available at volunteeriowa.org.

 
 

 

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