Long-time volunteer set to retire this month
For 28 years, Newton resident Wayne Richards has been helping out in the community, but sadly this year will be his last.
Richards has been volunteering at the Salvation Army Loan Closet since his retirement from the U.S. Post Office in the mid-1980s. His job consists of taking apart items and cleaning them.
“I love what I do,” Richards said. “I enjoy people. It’s a volunteer job, and I tell people, ‘I make no money at it, but I’m well paid.’ When I retire, I am going to miss it. I helped out a lot of people over the years. I will stay connected to the Salvation Army when I retire.”
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