Washington Evening Journal
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Washington, IA 52353
MT. PLEASANT — Several Mt. Pleasant residents were recognized by Gov. Kim Reynolds with the Governor’s Volunteer Award.
Local residents Christina Asoro, Linda Coats (five years of service) and Sally Fager (five years of service).
Local organizations recognized include Mt. Pleasant Correctional Facility and the Mt. Pleasant Noon Rotary Club.
SCB Farms was recognized for volunteerism.
The Governor's Volunteer Award program provides an easy way to honor the people who volunteer their time and talent to help an agency or organization deliver on its mission.
There is no competitive selection process at the state level to decide who does or does not get an award; however, nominations are reviewed and approved by the participating state agency or Volunteer Iowa.
By submitting the information, the person completing the form is verifying that the individual or group listed is deserving of this honor.
Nonprofits, charitable organizations and government entities (city, county, state, and federal) may recommend an individual volunteer or group of volunteers who directly assisted the organization with a project, event, or activity, for a Governor's Volunteer Award.