2020 National Volunteer Week

National Volunteer Week is April 19-25 in the United States.
National Volunteer Week debuted in the United States in 1974 and has continued to grow every year since. In his proclamation declaring National Volunteer Week, President Richard Nixon urged all Americans to observe the week by seeking out a volunteer opportunity. He also called upon all communities to recognize volunteers by observing the week with special ceremonies to honor those who have given countless hours for the betterment of our communities and the American way of life.
Pennyrile Area Development District would like to recognize Bruce Carver. Bruce is a volunteer within the Area Agency on Aging and Independent Living. Bruce volunteers 20 hours per week and provides assistance with various programs, data entry, service applications and community outreach. Bruce lives in Hopkinsville with his wife and they are also active with “Spanish Corner” which is  a tutoring service for those who want to learn the Spanish language better.  Bruce is also an active member at St. John United Methodist Church.
Thank you to our volunteers!