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Volunteer appreciation takes on a new look

 

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Seward Senior Center's Mike Little goes rustic at the center's annual volunteer appreciation luncheon. Mike served as fry master, cooking up his famous fried fish.

Seward Senior Center's Annual Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon on Feb. 14, with a theme of "Dapper Trapper," became an afternoon of delightful laughter. Mike Little's famous fish fry and volunteer baker Beth Johnson's Gold Nugget Brownies and Klondike Gold Bars were only the beginning. Following lunch, the camera lights came on, grips ready to hand over props, and the dressing room was busy with wool felted hats, buckskins and fur shawls being passed around. Ready! Camera! Action!

"Volunteers give us hours of entertainment and community service, the least we could do every year is entertain them for at least one hour," said executive director Dana Paperman.

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Seward Senior Center board of directors, front row, from the left: Carol Souza and Lois Schuldt. Back row, from the left: Jody Nelson, Kathleen Barkley, Sue Magyar and Karen Sefton.

 
 

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