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Nay-osh-ing recognizes volunteer

12:47 PM, Jan. 16, 2013
Betty Dean Andringa, Community Service Award chairman, from left, Pat Hilpert, Doris Dahlke, chapter regent, and Hope Niedling, honorary state regent and past vice president general.
Betty Dean Andringa, Community Service Award chairman, from left, Pat Hilpert, Doris Dahlke, chapter regent, and Hope Niedling, honorary state regent and past vice president general.
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Nay-osh-ing Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, Plover, honored Patricia Hilpert for her Excellence in Community Service.

Hilpert retired from her nursing career at Saint Michael's Hospital in 2001 and began her career as a volunteer. She first was involved in the BABES program, which uses puppets to teach grade school children about the risks and harm of drug and alcohol use. She also volunteered in health services, providing blood pressure screenings, foot care and other services, which enhanced the health and well-being of many participants. She has logged in more than ...

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