As fall rolls around, we will begin accepting nominations for the Fairfield Volunteer of the Year Award. The award will be given at the Fairfield Entrepreneurs Association Banquet later this fall. Do you know someone who goes above and beyond for others? Someone you can always count on when in a pinch? Someone dedicated to seeing a project all the way through from start to finish? If so, we want to know about it and share it with the whole community! Take a moment to honor someone today. Call us at 641.209.9045 or email email@example.com. Tell us a few of the reasons why your nominee is a superstar.
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The Fairfield Volunteer Center is now accepting nominations for its third annual “Volunteer of the Year Award” which will be given out at the Fairfield Entrepreneur Association’s Banquet in October.
We are seeking nominations for a community volunteer that you have worked with in 2011 who has demonstrated outstanding service to your organization and therefore to the Fairfield community.
Please email all nominations to the Volunteer Center by September 16, 2011 at 5:00pm at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you do not have computer access, please mail your nomination to: Fairfield Volunteer Center, P.O. Box 2115, Fairfield, Iowa 52556.
This is a wonderful opportunity to recognize an exceptional volunteer for his or her service this year in our community.
The Fairfield Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors recently visited new chamber member Fairfield Volunteer Center (FVC) and executive director Karin Hauring, pictured at left holding a congratulatory plaque.
Located in the Fairfield Public Library, the FVC connects people’s skills, talents and interests with opportunities to serve. It mobilizes volunteers, offers volunteer management support to organizations, and develops programs to address community needs.
The Fairfield Volunteer Center is also the sponsoring agency for the Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP), and pictured to the right holding the plaque is JoBeth Lewer, RSVP Director. The RSVP program engages local Fairfield residents 55 and older who volunteer their time to assist in the support of elderly and disabled individuals living in their own homes, and with low-cost weatherization of homes for needy families. The program recognizes the important roll that seniors play in addressing critical community needs, and looks forward to meeting Fairfield senior citizens who are excited in getting involved and leading with experience.
The FVC and RSVP programs may be contacted at 641-209-9045, email@example.com, or visit their website at
www.fairfieldvolunteercenter.org . Hours are Monday through Friday from 12 to 4 p.m.