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April 20, 2014


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Anderson Regional Medical Center recently saluted the role volunteers play in patient care during a special luncheon held during National Volunteer Appreciation Week. Forty-seven volunteers are currently active, ranging from one month of service to 33 years. Anderson Volunteers last year contributed 6,200 hours of service to the hospital. The Auxiliary is shown giving a $500 check to Wayne Herrington and Ginny Ruffin  for the Cancer Patient Benevolence Fund to assist area cancer patients.

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