Our first Volunteer Appreciation Dinner took place at the end of January 2022, recognizing the dedication of current, regular volunteers, whose contributions are the driving force behind the VCP's success.
Four special awards were given--please join us in sharing our appreciation with the below standout volunteers who have gone above-and-beyond in their contributions: (left to right in photo)
Gary Summers, recipient of the Tommy C. Bradford Memorial Award for Unsurpassed Volunteerism for his commitment to the VCP that has endured from our inception to today. Gary and his wife, Debbie, have been some of the VCP's most ardent supporters--giving generously of their time, talent, and treasure.
Joanie Ward, President's Choice Award, for her exceptional heart for the community in leading 450+ hours of Rusty Joints class over the last three years. The class Joanie established to promote health and wellness of our seniors continues to this day and is well-attended by grateful participants.
(Krista Singleton, President & Executive Director, center)
Kendra Deltano, named our Most Devoted Volunteer, for her consistent dedication, enthusiasm, kindness, and love of neighbor. Kendra is the first to volunteer for any event and eager to contribute in any way she can.
Bob Watson, recipient of our "Results & Roses" Award for his tireless efforts in maintaining our tennis courts. Bob was key in restoring our two Har-Tru courts and maintains them daily as a volunteer, working many hot hours in the Florida sun to keep our courts beautiful for clinics, lessons, and open play.
Gary Summers, Joanie Ward, Krista Singleton, Kendra Deltano, & Bob Watson.
Want to volunteer at the VCP? Please click here to complete our volunteer application and be contacted by our volunteer coordinator.
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Have ideas for non-profit partnerships or programming? Click here to e-mail Krista Singleton, Executive Director.
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The man who wants a garden fair,
or small or very big,
With flowers growing here and there,
Must bend his back and dig.
The things are mighty few on earth
That wishes can attain.
Whate'er we want of any worth
We've got to work to gain.
It matters not what goal you seek,
It's secret here reposes:
You've got to dig from week to week
To get Results or Roses.”
― Edgar A. Guest
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