Auxiliary honors retirees

Sarah Hall, left, and Loyce Strawbridge. Not pictured is Hazel Higdon who was unable to attend the reception.

Special to Atmore News

The Atmore Community Hospital Auxiliary had a special Retirement Party Tuesday, August 17, to honor three very special ladies who had served by volunteering in the Auxiliary a very long time.
Hazel Higdon started volunteering in February 1991 and retires with 30 years of service.
Sarah Hall became a Pink Lady in March 1999 and retires with 22 years of service.
Loyce Strawbridge started with the Auxiliary in January 2006 and retires with 15 years of service.
The total number of volunteer hours they have worked is not readily unavailable but it is a enormous amount of hours!
Miss Hazel and Miss Sarah both worked most of their time at the Information Desk and Miss Loyce worked in the Gift Shop.
They have touched the lives of so many people over the years and we are so grateful for their unselfish dedication and their caring servants heart.

Patsy Brown is president of the ACH Auxiliary.