Neighbor to Neighbor announces achievements and awards

By Connor Harbit


Ninety-four volunteers have contributed almost 3,000 hours of service in 2018 on behalf of Neighbor to Neighbor, a Door County organization that makes medical supplies and assistance available to those in need. The caregiving organization announced these achievements and gave out a couple of awards last week at their annual meeting at the Door County Library in Sturgeon Bay. Ann Bennett, the Executive Director of Neighbor to Neighbor, listed off a few of the services Neighbor to Neighbor provides to the community.





In addition to their achievements, the organization also announced two awards as well. The “Versatile Volunteer Award” was given to Dorothy Regner for assisting four clients in 2017 and eight more in 2018, while also volunteering for Rib Fest and grocery bagging as well. The “Lifetime of Service Award” was given to Colleen Crocker-MacMillin for her many years of dedication to various programs within Neighbor to Neighbor.

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