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EMAIL: Interlake.email@example.com BY BROOK JONES firstname.lastname@example.org There are generations of local families over the past century that have donated their time to the Woodlands Community Hall. The spirit of volunteerism still thrives strongly, evident by the award of distinction bestowed to the community. The local community hall received the Premier?s Volunteer Service Award for 2014 April 9. The award was presented to the community hall under the category of community groups. This particular award is presented to three community groups that have improved the quality of life in Manitoba. The Premier?s office, in cooperation with Volunteer Manitoba, established this award as a way to honour the valuable services performed by volunteers throughout the keystone province. Accepting the award were board members Wendy Proctor and Heather Anderson. ?We work very well together as a team. Lots of members of the board have been on the board for a very long time,? said Proctor. ?I think we all work well together and just do what we need to do to keep the community hall running.? Proctor and Anderson attended Volunteer Manitoba?s annual Volunteer Week Awards Dinner at the Winnipeg Convention Centre. ?I knew (the community hall) was something I was always going to join... I like to help and volunteer throughout the community,? said Anderson, who serves on the board with her mother Margaret. Also attending the awards dinner from the board of directors were Bob Brad and RM of Woodlands Coun. Trevor King. King also PHOTO BY BROOK JONES The Woodlands Community Hall was awarded the Premier?s Volunteer Service Award for 2014 at an April 9 awards dinner. serves on the Woodlands Community Development Corporation. ?You?ve got to hand it out to the volunteers that continue to keep an organization like that going,? said King. ?It?s an important part of our community to have people continue to do that.? According to King, the community club continues to serve the needs of the community after 100 years. ?We?re starting to see some of the younger generations step up and take the responsibilities that the past generations have done,? said King. ?It?s good to see that volunteer feeling is still there and passed on to the next generation.?
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