Created on Friday, 02 November 2012 Written by THE BELLEFONTAINE EXAMINER STAFF
Logan County participants in the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program — RSVP — were honored Thursday during an appreciation luncheon complete with musical entertainment at The Homestead at Logan Acres for their dedication.
FRONT PAGE PHOTO: Members of the Golden Buckeyes of Kenton and Marion perform oldies favorites during the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program appreciation luncheon Thursday at The Homestead at Logan Acres for Logan County volunteers. ABOVE: A Logan Acres Care Center employee serves an apple dumpling dessert to Connie Kinsella of the Shelby County Retired and Senior Volunteer Program. At the far right is Billie Miller of West Liberty. (EXAMINER PHOTO | MANDY LOEHR)
Greg Morrow, also was introduced as the new RSVP director for the area. He assumed his position about two months ago.
The new director said RSVP works with area non-profit agencies to determine volunteer opportunities that are available.
“I’m excited about my new role. We’ve been working hard to build relationships with site coordinators so that we know what they’re facing and what their needs are.
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