Cannon Memorial Hospital Volunteers Recognized for Years of Exceptional Service to the Hospital

Published Friday, October 4, 2013 at 10:36 am

Oct. 4, 2013. Volunteers at Cannon Memorial Hospital were honored for their dedicated service at a luncheon held Sept. 19.

Eight volunteers, who served between 100 and 3,500 hours were presented with recognition pins. Special recognition was also given to twelve volunteers for five years of service and two volunteers for ten years of service. 

At the luncehon, Cannon Memorial Hospital volunteers were recognized by the North Carolina Hospital Volunteer organization as a five-star hospital. This prestigious recognition is based on the past years level of volunteer community involvement.

In the past year, Cannon Memorial Hospital volunteers raised more than $16,600 through various fundraisers. The funds raised go toward supporting patient services needs and equipment as well as provide healthcare career scholarships for students in the community. For more information about volunteering at Cannon Memorial Hospital, contact Sallie J. Woodring at 828-737-3538. 

Ann Coleman – CMH Volunteer Vice-Chair, Sallie J. Woodring – Volunteer Director for ARHS, Rose Cole – Immediate Past President of CMH Volunteers, Dave Smith – CMH Volunteer Chair and Linda Yount – CMH Volunteer Treasurer.

Ann Coleman – CMH Volunteer Vice-Chair, Sallie J. Woodring – Volunteer Director for ARHS, Rose Cole – Immediate Past President of CMH Volunteers, Dave Smith – CMH Volunteer Chair and Linda Yount – CMH Volunteer Treasurer.

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