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Dundalk Renaissance Corp. Honors Volunteers

Dundalk Renaissance Corp. honors volunteers and partners

Annual meetings aren't usually this much fun! Yes, the DRC Board of Directors was duly elected, but the focus for the 2012 meeting on Sept. 19th was all about volunteers and partners. Leah Bunck, Community Projects Coordinator, summarized the year's Revitalize Dundalk projects and highlighted the corps of volunteers (400+!) that made all of it possible, with over 1,800 hours dedicated to 25 projects. Volunteers of the Year are Patty Anderson, who worked on the behalf of the community for over 200 hours, and Will Feuer, who worked at more events than any other volunteer. The Volunteer Committee of the Year is the Eastside Earth Week Committee. A travel fleece blanket represented DRC's warm thank you for worthy work, well done, and was given to all who attended.

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Buzz Beeler September 22, 2012 at 02:33 PM
That is a lot of hours to volunteer. Congratulations to all those that donated their time and energy. A worthy endeavor.
Buzz Beeler September 23, 2012 at 03:55 AM
I do volunteer time and a lot of it. I am the president of the Optimist. What do you do except change your name and hang out on street corners. You still use that childish language. Engineers don't talk like that.
Buzz Beeler September 23, 2012 at 08:48 AM
If their crap, why do you read all of them an comment to boot. Marge is an EDITOR and that is what editor's do. Look it up.
Buzz Beeler September 23, 2012 at 02:28 PM
Matthew, he won't let it go. It's become a personal thing with him. I made a positive comment and then he chimed in with his remark. One of his other names is Robert Armstrong. Search his name and read his comments. I've tried many times to be conciliatory without success. How do you reach someone like that?
Marge Neal (Editor) September 24, 2012 at 05:35 PM
Steve, I'm taking down your comment; there's no need to personally attack people and call them names.

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