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April Newsletter




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Greetings CCCHS Members,

In the last year, Centre County and the world has lived through unprecedented times. Human Service agencies, like those who are members of this Council have been a lifeline in so many ways to our community. For so many agencies working on limited budgets and time constraints, volunteers were (and continue to be) the key to success.

Although the Rose Cologne Volunteer dinner cannot take place this year, Council is excited to honor the volunteers that fulfill so many roles and functions within our agencies. Whether it is a friendly intake phone call, organizing food and vaccine drives, or making deliveries to socially isolated individuals, volunteers played a vital role in helping our communities survive the pandemic.

Please keep your eyes open to The Centre Daily Times on Sunday, April 18, 2021 for a special section honoring each of our nominated volunteers. We are also working with Carolyn Donaldson of WPSU to record our volunteer tributes for social media. We may even have the opportunity to surprise some of our volunteers with flowers, their tributes, and certificates.

We know the Council consists of agencies and individuals who are providing incredibly valuable resources and services to the Centre County community. We are very thankful that we can find a new, creative way to honor those volunteers until the Rose Cologne Dinner can once again take place.

Thank you! We’ll see you this Wednesday (April 7th) at noon for our Monthly Membership Meeting!

With Warmest Regards,

Melissa Bottorf

CCCHS President

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