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Volunteer Recognition Dinner
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VOICEcorps celebrates its volunteers

VOICEcorps saluted its more than 200 volunteers Friday, April 11 in Grandview Heights. The annual occasion took place during National Volunteer Week.

Volunteers received service pins for 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 and 35 years of continuous service to VOICEcorps and its listeners.

Thanking the volunteers for their commitment to bringing current news and vital information into the lives of so many, Nick Zerbi, VOICEcorps Board chair, said: “Without you, volunteers, VOICEcorps can’t run. This winter was a highlight of the dedication of our volunteers who know our listeners need us,” he said.

VOICEcorps volunteers come to the studios to read live, record programs and books. They also conduct interview programs, help with mailings and office work and assist at special fundraising events and the organization’s annual listener survey. The event was held at the Guild Athletic Club.

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2014 Celebrity Read-In and Care-Athon
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On Friday, March 7, more than 30 media professionals and community leaders gathered at VOICEcorps reading service studios to take part in the 2014 Celebrity Read-In Friday, March 7. The Read-In kicked off our annual Care-Athon on-air week of giving.

Among our guests was Columbus City Council member Priscilla Tyson.

“I think VOICEcorps plays a significant role in communicating with our residents. It’s important that all of our residents have access to information, such as the news of Columbus, the county, the state and the world. I think we have a responsibility to make sure people can get that information to enhance their quality of life,” Tyson said.

Several attendees used Social Media such as Twitter and Facebook to promote VOICEcorps before, during and after their visit.

To date, VOICEcorps has raised nearly $6,000 during the Care-Athon, with donations still coming in. And, it’s never too late to add to that effort by donating through our website, or sending your gift to VOICEcorps, 2955 West Broad St., Columbus, OH 43204.  Here’s a brief sampling of photos from the Celebrity Read-In…

columbus city council member priscilla tyson
Columbus City Council Member
Priscilla Tyson
 
 
Audrey Hasson, Host of WOSU's Broad and High.
Audrey Hasson,
Host of WOSU's Broad and High.


clear channel communications mike eiland was the first to sign in
Clear Channel Communication's Mike Eiland
was the first to sign in
joe blundo of the columbus dispatch is a longtime supporter of the read-in
Joe Blundo of the Columbus Dispatch
is a longtime supporter of the Read-In


 
 
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WOSU's Chuck Oney with National Enquirer
 
 
marshall mcpeek and terri sullivan of abc 6-fox28 take a selfie at voicecorps
Marshall McPeek and Terri Sullivan
of ABC 6 - Fox28
take a selfie at VOICEcorps
 
Follow us on Twitter, we’ll send you a tweet…
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VOICEcorps reading service recently took another step into the social media world with its entrance into Twitter. What do we need now? We want you to “follow” us on Twitter! In fact, have your friends and family follow us. We’ll occasionally send out an interesting tweet about VOICEcorps, and other fun info, including information about our service. Connect with our Twitter page directly from this page, or tell your friends to look for us here: @voicecorpsfan. We hope to be tweeting to you and yours, soon!