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Updated: 04/30/2014 08:00:01AM

Lake Wales Medical Center honors volunteers

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Receiving Community Cares awards were, from left: Donna Staton, Barbara Hitchcock, Marilyn Gibson, Dolores Elson, Robert Cramer, Warren Cook, and Gloria Archer. They are congratulated by CEO Andrew Howard.

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Receiving 100 hours pins were Robert Seib and Lois Sessions. They are congratulated by CEO Andrew Howard.

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Receiving 500 hours pins were, from left: Dolores Elson, Steve Wiezorek, Connie Wiezorek, Rosemarie Seiss, and Jane Beai.

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Receiving 1,000 hour pins were, from left, Barbara Marksbury, Laura Williams. Jeanne Propes, Susan Fehser, Mary Beth McGill, Ann Clement, and Gloria Archer.

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Receiving 2,000 hours pins were Barbara Hitchcock, left, and Gloria Wurth.

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Receiving 1,500 hour pins were,from left, Merrillyn Seib, Judy Boettger, Gail Mucha, and Peggy Sabatino.

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Receiving 2,500 hour pins were Edwin Friedlander, left, and Robert Cramer.

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Martha Cater, left, was honored for volunteering at LWMC for 50 years. Ellen McElhinny was honored for her 31 years of volunteering. They are congratulated by CEO Andrew Howard.

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Lake Wales Medical Center held its annual Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon on Tuesday, April 22, to honor the more than 100 volunteers who donate thousands of hours every year helping the hospital provide top quality care to its patients and visitors.

Judy Free was named Volunteer of the Year. Free, who volunteers in the Employee Health/Infection control office, was honored in part for her innovative ideas in helping the staff save time.

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