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October 31, 2005

At its 15th annual Vocational Service Awards luncheon, the Rotary Club of Charles Town (W.Va.) honored three outstanding recipients with a certificate and a $100 donation made to a charity of their choice.

The awards were presented by Jeanie Hamilton, Rotary Club of Charles Town's vocational service committee chairperson.

Iline Sealey, nominated by Paul Espinosa, is employed at BB&T in Ranson, W.Va., as a retail services assistant/relationship banker. Her responsibilities include assisting loan officers with the processing of retail loans and assists clients with loan servicing issues. Sealey chose the American Cancer Society as the charity of her choice.

Karen Hibbitts, nominated by Patti Bird, is employed by Gold's Gym of Charles Town, managing the front desk and child care staff. Hibbitts chose the Boys & Girls Club of Jefferson County as her favorite charity.

Jason Elliott, nominated by Dr. Keith Berkeley, works at Valley Equine in Charles Town as a veterinary technician/vet assistant. Elliott is an avid thoroughbred race fan and chose the American Cancer Society as the benefactor of his award.

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It is the mission of the Vocational Service Committee to apply the concept of service to business, through understanding and practice of high ethical standards, said Pamela Holstein-Wallace, vice president of the Rotary Club of Charles Town.

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