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RSVP (Retired Senior Volunteer Program) of North Central Iowa recognized its volunteer members during National Volunteer Week.

Area residents recognized for their volunteerism included, Osage: Rose Angell, Marianne D. Berche, Chris Fannin, Denny Fannin, Beth Griffin, Shelley Grimm, Lois Haaland, Gayle Heimer, Marge Huftalin, Nan Jakobson, Rona Johnson, Vera Kasel, Karen Kittleson, Laura Klapperich, Janean Kolbet, Velda LaCoste, Barbara Larson, JoAnne Machin, Sharon Mackin, Adriane McKinley, Keith McKinley, Julie Niess, Jolene Norby, Kathy Stauffer, Anna Stern, Shirley Witham, and Stan Witham; Riceville: Jim Cross, Sharon Adams, Betty Borchardt, Linda Butters and Ann Schaefer; St. Ansgar: Carol Power, Marilyn Schotanus, Bev Wolff and Mae Dahms; and Elma: Judy Grimm, Jeanine Lockie and Roger Schroeder.

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RSVP volunteers provide most of their service to students in elementary and middle schools across the area by tutoring and mentoring students in reading, befriending them through the Pen Pal Program, and serving as Breakfast Buddies.

If you are 55 or older and would like to volunteer, please contact the RSVP office. For more information about RSVP of North Central Iowa, visit www.niacc.edu/rsvp or contact 1-888-466-4222 ext. 4255, (641) 422-4255 or rsvp@niacc.edu. RSVP of North Central Iowa serves the counties of Cerro Gordo, Franklin, Hancock, Mitchell, Winnebago, and Worth responding to priority community needs by providing meaningful, purposeful volunteer opportunities for people ages 55 and older.

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