The Service League of Greenville President, Annelle West, presided over our annual May Luncheon at Rock Springs. As we enjoyed our delicious lunch, she gave the President’s Annual Report and walked us through The Service League of Greenville year that was 2016-2017.
We welcomed those new within our ranks:
New Service League members — Kathy Baxter and Kay Gooding
New Gift Shops Assistant Manager — Carol Frey
We gave recognition and thanks to dedicated board and committee members who make the functioning of such a large organization possible.
As we thanked board members — Beth Harman, Blanche Sullivan, and Jo Ann Jones, for completing their two year terms, President West set in motion the hands of Service League change by installing and welcoming new board members:
Sherry Pofahl as Recording Secretary
Dorothy Smith as Corresponding Secretary
Janiffer Fraizer as Treasurer
We celebrated our many accomplishments that can only be achieved through the continued commitment of time, talent, and treasure from all our membership. Here are just a few worthy accomplishments from our 2016-2017 service year:
79 — Years of continuous service to Vidant Medical Center and our local community by The Service League of Greenville members.
162 — Total membership (99 Active, 54 sustaining, and 9 associate).
15,536 — Total volunteer hours served by membership.
4307 — Volunteer hours served in our gift shops and snack carts.
107 — Fleece lap blankets completed and shared with Vidant Health patients.
43,643 — Net Laughinghouse Funds generated through this years Charity Ball.
101 — Volunteer hours served in support of American Red Cross Blood Drives
22 — Members with more than 35 years of volunteerism with The Service League of Greenville.
67 — Years of membership completed (longest) by Betty Lou Howard.
751 — Volunteer hours served in support of McConnell-Raab Hope Lodge.
80 — Christmas Food Boxes purchased by our members and donated to Greenville families.
120 — Christmas and Easter bags filled by our members and donated to Ronald McDonald House children.
85 — Children and adult coats donated by members and given to the Salvation Army following Hurricane Matthew.
67 — Meal items prepared by members and shared with Ronald McDonald House families during Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter.
1724 — Layette items donated by League members
We honored those Service League of Greenville members who display extraordinary commitment and service:
Board member Wilma Shackelford was awarded the President’s Tray. Sustaining member Linda Osborne was honored with the Agnes Wilkerson Award. Service League member Frances Mallison was presented with the Ormond Service Cup.
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