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Skiff retiree honored for volunteerism

Published: Thursday, Sept. 28, 2017 9:53 a.m. CDT • Updated: Thursday, Sept. 28, 2017 11:28 a.m. CDT
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Carol Hopkey, a Skiff Medical Center retiree, received a Governor’s Volunteer Award from Gov. Kim Reynolds during a special recognition ceremony held Aug. 30 in Cedar Rapids. Hopkey was honored with an Individual Length of Service award by Senior Health Insurance Information Program (SHIIP) for five years of volunteer service at Skiff, the SHIIP Jasper County site. “Volunteerism is such an integral part of what it means to be an Iowan,” Reynolds said. “I’m pleased to honor those who have given of themselves to meet the needs of others. Their commitment helps improve the lives of those around them and consistently keep our state’s volunteerism rate in the top 10 nationally.” To learn more about Skiff, call 641-78-SKIFF (787-5433), visit www.skiffmed.com or “like” them on www.facebook.com/skiffmed.

Carol Hopkey, a Skiff Medical Center retiree, received a Governor’s Volunteer Award from Gov. Kim Reynolds during a special recognition ceremony held Aug. 30 in Cedar Rapids.

Hopkey was honored with an Individual Length of Service award by Senior Health Insurance Information Program (SHIIP) for five years of volunteer service at Skiff, the SHIIP Jasper County site.

“Volunteerism is such an integral part of what it means to be an Iowan,” Reynolds said. “I’m pleased to honor those who have given of themselves to meet the needs of others. Their commitment helps improve the lives of those around them and consistently keep our state’s volunteerism rate in the top 10 nationally.”

To learn more about Skiff, call 641-78-SKIFF (787-5433), visit www.skiffmed.com or “like” them on www.facebook.com/skiffmed.

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