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City Hospital volunteers feted

May 06, 2012
  • Pictured are the City Hospital volunteers who were recognized for having the most hours served in 2011. Seated, from left, are Dorothy Anderson, 884 hours, and Marie Copenhaver, 687 hours. Standing, from left, are Ann Barthlow, 630 hours, and Roland Hamilton, 684 hours. Copenhaver has the most cumulative hours to date with 11,788.
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MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — In celebration of National Volunteer Week — April 15 to 21 — West Virginia University Hospitals-East’s City Hospital recognized its 150 auxiliary members, volunteers and chaplains by hosting an appreciation luncheon April 17 at the Holiday Inn in Martinsburg.

Members of the City Hospital auxiliary were celebrated for their 2011 fundraising efforts, which resulted in $15,000 being donated to patient-care services at the hospital, while 16 clergy members were recognized for their volunteer efforts on behalf of the hospital’s chaplaincy program. Ninety-three City Hospital volunteers were honored for donating more than 203,000 cumulative hours of service to the hospital, 19,441 in 2011 alone.

On behalf of the WVUH-East City Hospital, Chief Administrative Officer Anthony P. Zelenka expressed appreciation for the efforts of all three groups, and thanked them for their dedication and loyal service to City Hospital and the WVUH-East health system.

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