RSVP appreciates support in recognizing volunteers

The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program of Snohomish County sponsored by Catholic Community Services thanks all of the businesses and individuals that helped to make our volunteer recognition event a success!

Music was provided by The Good Intentions, Walt Greenwood and Phil Mitchell. Our speaker was Aime Fink, an active volunteer and director of the Area on Aging, and Bambi Erickson at Everett Legion Memorial Golf course saw to the details of our delightful lunch.

Thank you to our Advisory Council members for their support: Linda McCullough, Maureen DePuy, Martha Mee, Dean Rappleye, Bob Krull and Shirley Sutton.

And thank you to these individuals and businesses for their generous donations of door prizes for our senior volunteers: Caffee Ladro, Costco, Delite Bakery, Everett AquaSox, Everett Legion Memorial Golf Course, Ivar’s Restaurants, Jan Link, Dean Rappleye, Seattle Coffee Gear, Shirley Sutton, Sisters Restaurant, Rick Steves Travel, Tulalip Resort Casino and Wayne’s Corner Café.

Paulette Jacobson

Director, RSVP of Snohomish County

Catholic Community Services


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