Mount Airy volunteers honored for their devotion

October 26, 1994

Volunteer Recognition Day was held last week at the Mount Airy Senior Center.

Mount Airy Mayor Gerald Johnson and representatives of the Carroll County Bureau on Aging presented certificates of appreciation, lapel buttons, and corsages and boutonnieres.

* Those honored for performing 100 hours or more of volunteer service are:

Ann Buckley, Gladys Faffley, Clara Fleming, Beverly Green, Margie Kessler, Virginia Lupish, Bill Makinson, Violia Meyers, Marion Shank and Ralph Pickett.

* Those honored for performing 200 hours or more of volunteer service are:

Betty Browning, Dorothy Spellman, Chuck Smith and Jack Shank.

Ruth Schmidt, who was recognized for more than 25 hours of service, also has been nominated for Maryland's Senior Hall of Fame for her work over 12 years with the 55-Plus Club, the Mount Airy Senior Center, the American Legion Auxiliary, Calvary Methodist Church and other nonprofit organizations.

Virginia Lupish, whose 100-plus hours were devoted to the handmade Centennial quilt that was raffled to raise more than $1,200 for the center, also was nominated as one of Carroll County's "Most Beautiful People."

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