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Organization Name: Heartland Youth Center

Volunteer's Name: Candace Viste

About this volunteer:
Candace is one of our outstanding volunteers. She has been a Big Sisters for four years, is committed, compassionate, and a fantastic role model. Candace is not only a Big Sister, she is also a devoted mother and wife, and runs her own business. On several occasions Candace has spoken on behalf of the Youth Center and Big Brothers Big Sisters at community events. Candace has also been featured on the United Way campaign video, and has been presented with volunteer of the year award. We are very proud of Candace and continue to enjoy her bright smile and upbeat personality.

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Organization Name: Heartland Youth Center

Volunteer's Name: Brianne Hauck

About this volunteer:
Brianne was only with us for one year before she entered college. During this time she was involved with In-School Mentoring as well as Rainbows. She always had a friendly smile and a caring ear, was a fantastic role model and great with both kids and adults. Even though she worked hard she always had time to volunteer not only in the Rainbows and Mentoring programs, she helped out with fundraisers, celebrations and our Torch Club. Thank you Brianne, we miss you!

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Organization Name: Heartland Youth Center

Volunteer's Name: Susan Stewart

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Susan has been involved in Big Brothers Big Sisters for two years, volunteering as a Big Sister as well as an In-School Mentor. Susan is also a great community supporter, and volunteers at several functions throughout town, including our major fundraisers. She is a fantastic person who always has a freindly smile and kind word.

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Organization Name: Heartland Youth Center

Volunteer's Name: Outstanding Volunteers

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Christel Shuckburgh - Big Sister since 2000 Margaret Costigan - Big Sister since 2004 Novah Jestico - Big Sister since 2004 Lisa Hollett - Big Sister since 2003 Mark Hollett - Big Brother since 2003 Cheryl and Thorsten -Couples match since 2004 T.J and Lisa - couples match since 2005 Colleen Reinbold - Mentor since 2002 Leslie Stanley - Mentor since 2003 Pauline Christian - Mentor since 2001 Lisa Johnson - Mentor since 2003 Ingrid Saffran - Mentor since 2001 Mary Amendt - Mentor since 2004 David Amendt - Mentor since 2004 Leon Teal - Mentor since 2004 Nicole Swallow - Mentor since 2004 Kyle Simon - Mentor since 2003 Delphine Vanderlee - Mentor since 2004 Betty Falkenberg - Mentor since 2004 Sherry Marshall - Mentor since 2004 Also like to thank all of our volunteers that help out with Boys and Girls Club, Rainbows,and fundraising. Our organization could not survive without you. Thankyou!

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Organization Name: Heartland Youth Center

Volunteer's Name: Jessika Shewchuk

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We are very proud of Jessika. She has been a junior leader for four years helping supervise the younger children, volunteers at AADAC and started her own Youth Against Smoking campaign. Jessika has been both Vice president and Secretary for the Keystone Club, is the Regional Co-chair Representative for the the regional youth council, and was awarded the Nicole Blumhagen award. Jessika was always willing to lend a hand to help with programing, fundraising, or anything else that needed done. She is a hard worker, good student, and we know that she will succeed at anything she puts her mind to. Jessika is now working on her post-secondary education. Good Luck Jess!

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