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Readiness to Learn honors volunteers

Readiness to Learn Foundation hosted a volunteer appreciation party to honor individuals who worked to help families needing assistance throughout Whidbey Island and the Camano-Stanwood area. Foundation Executive Director Gail LaVassar, far left, and Ann Johnson, Families in Transition liaison, far right, honored volunteers Miki O’Brien, Barba Williamson, Laura Roetcisender and Ray Green, among others. The nonprofit provides  services to families in financial difficulty. - Photo courtesy of Readiness to Learn Foundation
Readiness to Learn Foundation hosted a volunteer appreciation party to honor individuals who worked to help families needing assistance throughout Whidbey Island and the Camano-Stanwood area. Foundation Executive Director Gail LaVassar, far left, and Ann Johnson, Families in Transition liaison, far right, honored volunteers Miki O’Brien, Barba Williamson, Laura Roetcisender and Ray Green, among others. The nonprofit provides services to families in financial difficulty.
— image credit: Photo courtesy of Readiness to Learn Foundation

Readiness to Learn Foundation hosted a volunteer appreciation party to honor individuals who worked to help families needing assistance throughout Whidbey Island and the Camano-Stanwood area.

Foundation Executive Director Gail LaVassar, far left, and Ann Johnson, Families in Transition liaison, far right, honored volunteers Miki O’Brien, Barba Williamson, Laura Roetcisender and Ray Green, among others.

The nonprofit provides services to families in financial difficulty.

 

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