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Volunteers from Shelby Township to be Honored

The Macomb County Board of Commissioners will recognize volunteers from Shelby Township, and the county, during a meeting Thursday.

The Macomb County Board of Commissioners will honor volunteers from a variety of organizations, groups, schools and more from Shelby Township and beyond during the full Board meeting May 23 in Mount Clemens.

Each person that will be honored donated at least 150 hours to volunteer activities in 2012, according to a release.

“Volunteers play a very important role in our community by generously stepping up to serve their neighbors wherever help is needed without expecting anything in return,” said Board of Commissioners Chair David Flynn, in a release. “Each year, I am impressed and inspired by the amount of hard work and dedication that these volunteers put forth for the greater good of their community. The Board and I are thankful for all that they do.” 

The Board of Commissioners meets at 7 p.m.Thursday on the 9th floor of the Macomb County Administration Building, 1 S. Main, Mount Clemens.

Among the local volunteers to be recognized include:

Name Organization Hours Community Barbara Blint Turning Point, Inc. 300 Shelby Township Geraldine McIsaac  Henry Ford Macomb Hospital  1,345 Shelby Township Bill Miskokomon Charter Township of Shelby 200+ Shelby Township Judy Noonan Isaac Monfort Elementary School 150+ Shelby Township Vi Quinlan Care House 150 Shelby Township John Ribbing Malow Jr. High Atletic Booster Board and City Mission  1,040 Shelby Township

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