Judy Rothstein

Twenty-five years for a not-for-profit to still be operating is phenomenal. In each of those 25 years, there’s been a gala.

At 10:30 a.m. on June 10, one-hundred-and-twenty-three golfers got into their carts and waited for the shotgun start.

Girl Scout Troop 1482 is comprised of six 15-year-old sophomores at Berne-Knox-Westerlo High School.

Community Caregivers is hosting a spring open house, “Meet Community Caregivers,” on Thursday, March 22, from 4 to 6 p.m.

Neighbors helping neighbors. Friends helping friends. Even strangers helping strangers.

In the course of three days in June 2010, Colleen Hassett lost her eyesight.

Why volunteer?

Joel Edwards says it’s a way to put his faith in action.

The Games of the XXX1 Olympiad in Rio have kept us riveted to our T.V. screens or devices for three weeks.

The Van Praags, Art and Julianne, live in Clarksville. They’ve been volunteering for Community Caregivers since 2007. They’re one of nine wife-and-husband teams that make up the volunteer pool.

Most junior and senior boys are studying for the new SATs, waiting to hear from colleges, trying to find jobs, and maybe figuring out who they want  to take to the junior prom and the senior ball.


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