Colonial Heritage Community Foundation hosts annual Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon

Colonial Heritage Community Foundation hosted a volunteer appreciation luncheon at Center Street Grill for 21 people who make it possible to offer two free Senior Champion Programs, the foundation's adult daycare program, at New Zion Baptist Church and Our Saviour's Lutheran Church. The Senior Champions Program provides care for seniors facing memory loss and physical challenges while providing much needed respite for the family caregiver. During the course of a year and under the supervision of Ms. Dreama Clark, R.N. MSN, the volunteers contribute more than 3,500 hours of unpaid time to the programs. The first row ( l. to r.) Melissa Rehm, Gwen Hester, Mary Billips, Dee Bagby, Connie Heyward, Janette Kline, Susan Calabrese, Jonathan Weiss, and Terry Sweaney. The second row (l. to r.) James Nickols, Richard Royer, Carolyn Giles, Ruby Pretlow, LeAnne Wilson, Joan Hosfield, Darlene Freeman, Joanne McGrew, Dreama Clark, Priscilla Nystrom, Anne Smith and Tony Conyers

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