St. Luke’s Hospital honors volunteers for years of service

Published 10:46 am Friday, November 30, 2012

Volunteers pictured left to right: Barbara Holycross, Shirley Johnson and Gayle Cook. (photo submitted)

One of the unique services provided by St. Luke’s volunteers is the Print Shop, which was created in 1978 after the St. Luke’s Hospital administrator asked for a volunteer to make copies (approximately 32,000 copies were needed each month).

Today, the ambitious group of volunteers in the Print Shop contribute to the hospital by operating the in-house print shop for forms, business cards, training materials and many other printed materials.

St. Luke’s Hospital recently honored volunteers with a luncheon to recognize the selfless men, women and young people who embody the American spirit of caring for one another.

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Honored for 3,750 hours of service was Barbara Holycross, for 4,750 hours was Gayle Cook and honored for 5,000 hours of service was Shirley Johnson.

– article submitted by Jennifer Wilson