Nominate someone as a KMCH “Valued Volunteer’!
“Volunteers are seldom paid, not because they are worthless, but because they are priceless.”
KMCH is proud to be a part of an area where volunteerism isn’t just a thing people do…for many, it’s a way of life. that’s why we’re teaming up with Smitty’s in Manchester to recognize those volunteers. Each month, we’ll shine the spotlight on people in our area that selflessly give their time and energy to make a difference. Fill out the form below to nominate someone who deserves special recognition. Forms are also available at the KMCH studio at 212 East Main in Manchester. Each month we’ll recognize some of the volunteers that make a difference in our area. We’ll also recognize those volunteers at a special luncheon at the end of the year.
Congratulations to our latest Valued Volunteer: Michele DeBlieck! Michele is a charter member of the Manchester Rhubarb Fest committee; Delaware County Master Gardener; and is also involved with the Festival of Trees, St. Mary’s Cookbook, Republican Party and the Red Hat ladies.
Congratulations to Marcheta Cooey Lux of Delhi, our Valued Volunteer for March. Marcheta serves lake Delhi in several ways. She has served on several committees. As member of the Delhi Methodist Church, she has served as treasurer for one of the circles, implemented and carried out the “Angel Tree Project” and was one of the original organizers of the Delhi Meals On Wheels program and serves as a volunteer for the program. Congrats Marcheta!
Congratulations to our February Valued Volunteer: Darla Gaskill of Manchester. Darla is a recent retiree of West Delaware High School, and continues to volunteer her time and devotion to students at West Delaware High School every day. She goes above and beyond what’s expected to stay after school and help when a student needs it. Although recently retired and enjoying her flexible schedule she continues to make an impact in student’s lives and academics throughout the school year. Once again…congrats to our Valued Volunteer for February…Darla Gaskill.