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Three Cheers for Volunteers! - April 2018

Melanie Parker April 03, 2018

The volunteer program at the Primate Rescue Center is thriving, and continuing to add new faces to the roster each year. These dedicated and hardworking individuals are an essential part of our caregiving team, and help us meet our goal of providing excellent care to the primates who live at the PRC. Here’s a look at the newest volunteers to join the team:

Natalie Park – Natalie began working at the PRC as an intern in February of 2017, and once she completed her internship she continued on as an on-site volunteer, with a total of 10 months of dedicated service (294 hours).

 

Toni Tatman – Toni became an on-site volunteer in February 2017, and has since become a Veteran Volunteer with 14 months of dedicated service (140 hours).

 

Wyn Morris – Wyn became an on-site volunteer in March 2017, as well as a PRC board member, with a total of 11 months of dedicated service (123 hours).

 

Jennifer Allen – Jennifer first became an off-site volunteer with the PRC in June 2017, then started working on-site in August, with a total of 10 months of dedicated service (129 hours).

 

Angel Hernandez – Angel became an off-site volunteer with the PRC in August 2017, and has completed 19 hours of dedicated service from home working on enrichment projects for the primates.

 

Avery Martin – Avery became an on-site volunteer in November 2017, with a total of 5 months of dedicated service (41 hours).

 

Marina DiBiase – Marina became an on-site volunteer in January 2018, with a total of 3 months of dedicated service (149 hours).

 

Laurie Raymond – Laurie joined the on-site volunteer team in January 2018, with a total of 3 months of dedicated service (28 hours).

 

Miriam Ross – Miriam became an on-site volunteer in January 2018, with a total of 3 months of dedicated service (31 hours).

 

Laura Gooch – Laura joined the on-site volunteer team in February 2018, with a total of 2 months of dedicated service (18 hours).

 

Mackenzie Cropper – Mackenzie became an on-site volunteer in March 2018, and has dedicated 14 hours to volunteering at the PRC.

 

Shaun Ketterman – Shaun became an on-site volunteer in March 2018, and has dedicated 12 hours to volunteering at the PRC.

 

Linda Jordan – Linda joined the on-site volunteer team in March 2018, and has dedicated 3 hours to volunteering at the PRC.

If you or someone you know is interested in learning more about the Primate Rescue Center Volunteer Program, we encourage you to check out the volunteer page on our website. You can also follow us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, or our Youtube channel to see photos and videos of the primates who benefit from the wonderful people who are a part of our volunteer program.

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