Rosemary Patton is extremely loving, kind, and compassionate to everyone, and especially to children. She has served as the custodian at Chestnut Ridge Christian Academy for several years, and has shown these qualities on a regular basis.
Every day Christine strives to make the world a better place for every person she encounters. Whether it be strangers on the street, co-workers, family members, or neighbors, everyone is on her radar of good deeds.
Robert is a retired teacher from Uniontown. He joined the Uniontown Lions Club at the request of the late Thomas Dolfi, and starting helping others. We Serve is the motto of the Lions Clubs and for Robert.
George Puskar is making a difference in Connellsville. He has been a member of the Connellsville Lions Club since 1969. He has held many different positions in the Lions Club and has served as Treasurer for over 15 years.
Rush Elliott began volunteering at Touchstone in 2012. Since that time, he has spent countless hours assisting in the dining hall as well as helping with spring cleanups, special programming, and maintenance projects on campus and in the studios.
When school is in session, it may seem like the greatest lessons to be learned revolve around reading, writing and arithmetic. But teaching children the importance of getting involved in their community and lending a hand to neighbors should not be overlooked.
Volunteering is a great way for charitable men and women to give back to their communities. Many nonprofit organizations rely on the unsung contributions of volunteers to meet their mission statements, which may otherwise never be realized.