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Inland & Lakewood Recognize Volunteers

Release Date: 04/29/2013

As part of National Volunteer Appreciation Week, Inland Hospital and Lakewood Continuing Care celebrated their volunteers on Wednesday, April 24 by serving them brunch and delivering accolades for their service to Inland and Lakewood. In 2012, volunteers contributed almost 16,000 hours to the hospital and continuing care center on Kennedy Memorial Drive in Waterville.
Inland President/CEO John Dalton congratulated and thanked each volunteer for their contribution and expressed the importance of their service to the community. He announced the selection of Inland’s Volunteers of the Year, Jim Mathieu of Winslow and Roger Smith of Fairfield. Both volunteer in the day surgery unit at Inland. They were awarded, along with other community volunteers, on Sunday, April 28th at the Waterville Opera House at 2:00 PM at the annual REM Community Volunteer Celebration. According to Caroline Crowell, Inland Director of Volunteer Services, “Jim and Roger are super with our patients-very compassionate and friendly. They are shining examples of how we put our patients first in all we do and we are lucky to have them as part of the Inland team." Read more about Mathieu and Smith here.
For more information, or to volunteer at Inland or Lakewood, please contact Caroline Crowell, Inland Director of Volunteer Services, 861-3325.
Caption Photo 1: Sandra Suttie of Fairfield and Sandra Stevens of Waterville, long time Inland Hospital volunteers enjoy brunch at the hospital and Lakewood’s annual Volunteer Appreciation event held at Lakewood.
Caption Photo 2: Jim Mathieu of Winslow, Dr. Brian Gillis, and Roger Smith of Fairfield. Dr. Gillis congratulated the two men at the hospital recently when he learned of their Volunteer of the Year recognition.