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Volunteerism is giving; volunteers are United Way

5:03 PM, Nov. 9, 2013
Lyla Yang was one of the children with special needs who celebrated Halloween during an event hosted by the Brown County United Way Emerging Leaders Society. Volunteers make an event like that succeed, but they benefit personally as well.
Lyla Yang was one of the children with special needs who celebrated Halloween during an event hosted by the Brown County United Way Emerging Leaders Society. Volunteers make an event like that succeed, but they benefit personally as well.
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Volunteerism is giving: giving time, attention, counsel, education, empathy and value to your community.

I remember volunteering as early as the age of 10. I was a "Little" in the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Sheboygan County program and helped work sales at their annual brat fry fundraiser with my "Big Sister."

Years later I now sit on event planning committees for fundraisers for the Women's Fund of Greater Green Bay, Family Services of Northeast Wisconsin, and even serve fans at Lambeau Field concession stands during home games along with 24 other volunteers who donate time to ...

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