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Happy Days At Valley View

The annual Valley View Auxiliary and Chaplaincy Awards and Appreciation Luncheon took place in the hospital classrooms last week with 50 volunteers attending. It was a 1950s theme with burger baskets and root beer floats. Volunteers devote thousands of hours yearly to Valley View Regional Hospital through auxiliary and chaplaincy services. In the photo left, are Kent Rogers, CEO, Barbie Moon, who had more than 13,000 volunteer service award hours this past year, and Catharine Choate, director of VVRH Auxiliary and Chaplaincy. In the right photo, longtime Valley View Regional Hospital auxiliary volunteer Ruby Firsching and Elvis enjoying the annual appreciation luncheon.

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