Posted: Friday, September 6th 2013 at 9:00am
Eagle Ranch recognizes Capps, names award in his honor
By Ken Stanford Staff
Eagle Ranch Director of Facilities Tim Wilson, left, and Eagle Ranch Executive Director Eddie Staub, right, present Jack Capps with Eagle Ranch’s first Volunteer of the Year Award. The will be named for Capps.
CHESTNUT MOUNTAIN - Eagle Ranch presented its first Volunteer of the Year Award to Jack Capps Thursday night.
Capps is one of the longest serving volunteers at Eagle Ranch and was presented the award at the Volunteer Appreciation Dinner. In addition, the award will be named for him.
The dinner honored everyone who volunteers the Christ-centered home for boys and girls in crisis.
Eagle Ranch had more than 400 volunteers donate over 1,500 hours of service in 2012.
Volunteers provide numerous services, including:
Providing meals to homes
Landscaping and mowing
Creating handmade quilts to welcome each new child at the Ranch
Dental and medical services to staff
Tutoring children at our school
Small engine and equipment repair and maintenance
Creating birthday baskets for housemoms
Helping with special events, including an annual golf tournament
Training our children to compete in a super sprint triathlon
Leading activities for our children’s annual Activity Day (field day)
Anyone interested in volunteering should call 770-967-8500 and speak with Vickie Mulkey, volunteer coordinator.
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