Seven CVMC Volunteers Awarded Gold Pins

Release Date: 
April 10, 2014

Berlin, Vt – During calendar year 2013, 168 Central Vermont Medical Center volunteers contributed 21,175 hours.  Volunteers serve at the hospital, the cancer center, Woodridge Rehabilitation & Nursing and The CVMC Auxiliary Bene-Fit Shop in Barre.  In addition, members of the CVMC Board of Trustees, CVMC Auxiliary and individuals from the community gave of their time and talents.

CVMC volunteers who contribute 100 or more hours during the year are recognized by the national President’s Volunteer Service Award program.  As part of the program, volunteers receive a certificate from the President of the United States and a bronze, silver or gold lapel pin based on total hours served.

Volunteers who served 500 or more hours in 2013 received a gold pin.  These outstanding individuals are Elizabeth Gilligan, Roxanne Jarvis, Heidi Pelletier, Donald Ruggles, Andrea Stitzel, Eleanore Traynor and Ann Zallinger.

For information on becoming a volunteer at CVMC go to or contact Julia at 802-371-5364.