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Woodbine Recognizes Senior Volunteers

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By Press Release

WOODBINE – Mayor William Pikolycky will present a Proclamation at the April 4 Borough Council meeting in observation of Woodbine’s fifth annual Mayors Day of Recognition for National Service honoring Woodbine’s senior volunteers.
The Borough of Woodbine has nine area residents who are Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) volunteers.
Serving on the RSVP Cape May County Advisory Council, Borough employee Gloria Blakey and Christine Hawkins, serving at the Community Center are Evelyn Coleman, Pete Gilson, Paula Harris, Sharon O’Neil, and Aida Soto. Also serving: American Red Cross: Elsie Swartz and the S.W.I.M   Program: Brenda Rickley.
“Our senior volunteers continue to provide outstanding service and we wish to thank them especially at this time,” commented Mayor Pikolycky. “They provide hundreds of hours at no cost to the community.” 

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