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Reaching Out series ends with thank you to all

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Posted: Monday, December 31, 2012 4:30 am

Editor’s note: For the past year, the reporters at the Killeen Daily Herald have provided our readers a glimpse of the individuals who tirelessly volunteer in our communities — from Lampasas to Belton, Gatesville, Temple, Harker Heights, Copperas Cove and Killeen — through a series called Reaching Out, which ran in each Monday’s edition of the paper, and live online at kdhnews.com/reaching_out.

Thirty-eight organizations and 44 volunteers of all ages have been highlighted, and the Herald would like to recognize each one, thank all volunteers for their generous service, and encourage you, our readers, to reach out into your community and make a difference.

Organization and volunteers:

The Salvation Army — Maj. Andrew Mcintosh and Becky Lowe

Holiday meals — Kelli Johnson

Santa Pals — Andrea Womack

Ms. Angel Tree — Jeannette Kelley

Bob Gilmore Senior Center — B.L. Heckathorn

Cove House Emergency Homeless Shelter and food bank — Than Owens and Michael Bachie

Harker Heights Rotary Club — Courtney Jackson

Harker Heights Food Care Center — Vivian Faulkner

Military Child Education Coalition in Harker Heights — Darin Garrett

Second Chance Animal Shelter — Sophie Sinclair

Bring Everyone in the Zone — Geraldine Lorio

Hope for the Hungry — Kristen Kimmel

Fort Hood Army Wives — Destiny Roberts

Friends of the Killeen Public Library — Beverly Kittinger

Helping Hands Food Pantry — Mary Anderson

Hill Country Community Action Association — Ola Pickens and Thomas Manning

Peaceable Kingdom Retreat for Children — Meagan Glass and Nancie Etzel

Young Life Program at Copperas Cove High School — Spc. Stefan Wall

Boys and Girls Club — Jillian Marks

Bible study on Texas’ death row in Gatesville — Laura White

KISD Education Foundation — Barbara Weiss

Communities in Schools — Julia Judkins

Bell County Museum — Juanita Jones

Metroplex Hospital — Sue Dunlap and Noel Del Rosario

Court Appointed Special Advocates — Bette Robinson

Water conservation — Kenneth Schoen

Students Making Impacts in Lives —Alexis Harris

Jesus Hope and Love Mission Center — Richard Thornton

Nursing homes — Patricia Shannon and Don Freeze

Kettlebells for the Cure — Capt. Anthony Griffin

Killeen Wisdom Center — Elis McBride

Bell County Habitat for Humanity — Robin Dolezal

Mission Soup Kitchen — Leah Garrett

BEACON — Rodney Duckett

Transforming Life Center — Jo Newton

Women in Mission — Gerry Pillow

Southwest Bell County Volunteer Fire Department — James Neighbors

Star Group-Veterans Helping Veterans — Trudy Bennett

To read each story, and for a list of helpful agencies, visit kdhnews.com/reaching_out

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