From left, volunteer coordinators Farrah Nguyen and Wanda Johnson and volunteer services director Greg McClain present a ceremonial check to Johnston Health board chairman Bobby Parker and CEO Chuck Elliott. The check represents the value of the volunteer hours given to Johnston Health last year.
From left, volunteer coordinators Farrah Nguyen and Wanda Johnson and volunteer services director Greg McClain present a ceremonial check to Johnston Health board chairman Bobby Parker and CEO Chuck Elliott. The check represents the value of the volunteer hours given to Johnston Health last year. JOHNSTON HEALTH
From left, volunteer coordinators Farrah Nguyen and Wanda Johnson and volunteer services director Greg McClain present a ceremonial check to Johnston Health board chairman Bobby Parker and CEO Chuck Elliott. The check represents the value of the volunteer hours given to Johnston Health last year. JOHNSTON HEALTH

Johnston Health applauds its volunteers for service

May 22, 2015 07:36 AM

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