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Governor Hassan and DHHS Commissioner Meyers to Honor Senior Volunteers during Vaughan Awards Presentation on May 2nd
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Publish Date:
April 27, 2016

Concord, NH – New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Commissioner Jeffrey Meyers will join with Governor Maggie Hassan, the State Committee on Aging (SCOA), and EngAGING NH on Monday, May 2nd to present the Joseph D. Vaughan Awards to senior volunteers. SCOA and EngAGING NH have selected an individual or couple from each county to be recognized for their volunteer service. This award was initiated in 1962 to memorialize the Honorable Joseph D. Vaughan, who was instrumental in creating a State agency dedicated to the wellbeing of senior citizens. The awards recognize people age 60 and older for their outstanding volunteer efforts on behalf of New Hampshire’s seniors. The Vaughan Award presentation will begin at 1:30 PM in the Governor and Council Chambers at the State House in Concord.

This year's recipients are:
Belknap County: Iris Ianno of Tilton
Carroll County: Terry McCarthy of Conway
Cheshire County: Jeanne Parsons of Keene
Coos County: Ronald Duchesne of Berlin
Grafton County: Molly Colburn of Woodsville
Hillsborough County: Armand Soucy of Goffstown
Merrimack County: Bruce and Patricia Dawson of Hopkinton
Rockingham County: Carol and Ron Jablonowski of Londonderry
Strafford County: Connie Harris of Dover
Sullivan County: Robert Burby of Newport

EVENT: 2016 Vaughan Award Presentation

DATE/TIME: Monday, May 2nd, 1:30 PM


Executive Council Chambers
Room 208
State House
Concord, NH

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