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Spotlight: Out-of-Town Volunteers

Melanie Parker October 15, 2014

In July the PRC welcomed back one of our favorite veteran out-of-town volunteers – Wally Littell.  Wally lives in Titusville, FL most of the year, but makes the long journey to Kentucky every summer to volunteer at the sanctuary.

The PRC staff and volunteers would like to say a big THANK YOU to Wally for always being such an amazing help with produce chopping, and keeping our kitchen in tip-top shape. Wally is such a pleasant person to work with that we wish he could stay with us year-round, however Wally headed back home on Monday, September 15. We wish Wally safe travels, and can’t wait to see him again next summer☺

Recently, we also welcomed a new Out-of-Town volunteer to our team from Virginia – Jennifer Keys. Jennifer will be staying with us for the month of September and living on-site in our chimp house apartment, which has an amazing bird’s eye view of our chimp’s playroom. As an Out-of-Town volunteer, she will be working alongside the caregivers for 40 hours per week, and will gain significant animal husbandry experience. Jennifer will be with us until the end of the month, when she will travel to Texas for the 2014 NAPSA Workshop.

Jennifer Keys

We are so thankful to have wonderful volunteers like Wally and Jennifer, who come from afar to help us keep our sanctuary running smoothly. For more information on becoming an Out-of-Town volunteer, follow this LINK to our website’s volunteer page.

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