Five-year volunteer recipients

In recognition of National Volunteers Week

In recognition of National Volunteers Week, the Rimbey Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) also acknowledged some of their longtime volunteers during a brief ceremony prior to their supper at the Community Centre last Monday evening. Pictured above are several volunteers with five years of service including: (back row, left to right) Roy Keesar, Daryl Hunt, Sheila Forsen and Raeann Keesar. In the front row are (left to right) Audreyann Bresnahan, Cheryl Scheie and Pat Moore. Volunteers unavailalbe for the photograph included Carol Carruthers, Carol Plumb, Corinne Wengberg, Don Bresnahan, Emily Breton, Faith Pilgrim, Gary Dube, James Penner, Joan Fenwick, Joni Elliot, Lorraine Scory, Louis Breton, Moe Pilgrim, Natalie Stehanyk, Pam Jeffray, Patricia Beeby, Patty Penner, Phylis Pregoda, Samantha Breton, Sandy Clish, Shelly Dube, Wade Weller and Wally Josephison.

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