Tag Archive: volunteer

Jul 30

Blood needed

Good Shepherd Medical Center to host blood drive with Carter BloodCare Summer is not yet over in Texas.  August is a time to take a few extra moments to enjoy the outdoors with friends and family, attend sporting events, and cool off with a Jr. Frosty™ from Wendy’s. To help patients across our region in …

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Jul 21

City of Tyler volunteers give 4,989 hours

The Volunteer Tyler program is proud to announce that city volunteers have donated 4,989 hours back to their community. “Our goal for the program was to reach 5,000 volunteer hours by the end of the fiscal year,” said Breanna Hoard, volunteer coordinator. “We are on track to far surpass this benchmark and hit 6,000 hours …

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Jul 03

Youth volunteers working

During the summer when schools are out of session, the Tyler Public Library becomes an oasis for the youth in our community, providing events and activities for preschoolers to teens.  The Library allows kids to have fun while continuing to learn and develop their creativity and love of reading.   With a limited number of …

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Apr 24

Sowing seeds

Jim Kendrick, CEO of LRMC presents an award to Lajuana Tackett

“We could not do it without our volunteers,” Jim Kendrick, CEO Longview Regional Medical Center.  Longview Regional Medical Center recently held its annual appreciation luncheon for the hospital’s volunteers. No one looks forward to being admitted to any hospital except as a last resort. When this does happen the first step is admissions.  In this …

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Apr 03

Thank you, volunteers!

By Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott In recognition of National Volunteer Appreciation Week (April 15-21), the employees of the Attorney General’s Child Support Division would like to thank its volunteers for their service and dedication to the children of Texas. Each year, volunteers across the state help the Office of the Attorney General serve Texas …

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Feb 14

Clean the Creek event to be held

The City of Tyler and the Code Enforcement Association of Texas (CEAT) are teaming up to Clean The Creek on Feb. 16 at 1:30 p.m. The cleanup effort will be focused upon a half-mile section adjacent to West Mud Creek, east of Donnybrook between Reick and Grande Roads. “The annual CEAT conference is being held …

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Feb 07

Volunteers needed

Volunteers are invited to help make the Teague Park pond and surrounding area cleaner during the Waterway Cleanup. The annual event begins at 9am, Saturday, February 18, 2012, at Teague Park, 415 American Legion Blvd. In addition to the normal cleanup activities, the event will feature a visit from the Longview Fire Department Dive Team …

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Jan 24

The better health resolution

This isn’t the only New Year’s resolutions list you’ll read this month, nor is it the only one with good ideas to offer. But it is one you should take to heart if you want to make the others far more do-able. That’s because improving your physical and mental health gives you a strong leg …

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