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Faith in Action luncheon & award 

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Washington Regional Medical Center

Faith in Action luncheon & award

Fayetteville, AR--Washington Regional Faith in Action group will hold a Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon and present the Volunteer of the Year Award on January 31 from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Clarion Inn of Fayetteville. The guest speaker will be Larry Manry, Regional President of the Bank of America.

Over 110 volunteers with Washington Regional Faith in Action (FIA) provide assistance to elderly and homebound individuals living in Benton and Washington counties throughout the year. They provide vital services – transportation to medical appointments, help with grocery shopping, friendly visiting to relieve social isolation, telephone friendly calls, minor home repairs and yard work, respite care to relieve caregivers – all free of charge through their work with FIA.

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