Lt. Governor to Speak at Hopkins Volunteer Recognition Luncheon
April 25, 1994
Media Contact: Carolyn Conway
Phone: (410) 955-4288
Great health care requires more than caring professionals and top-notch facilities. An especially important resource for patients at the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions has been its volunteers--who, in 1994 alone, gave over 100,000 hours of their time to others.
In honor of the exceptional service to the hospital and community these volunteers have performed, Hopkins is hosting a recognition luncheon on Wednesday, April 26. The event will honor all volunteers who have accumulated more than 100 hours of service--including one person who has given an extraordinary 11,000 hours! Those attending the event will get a special preview of the new Metro Subway Station at JHMI, scheduled to open on May 30.
This year's keynote speaker will be Lieutenant Governor Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, whose interest in volunteerism helped lead to Maryland's adoption of mandated volunteer service for high school students.
Attached is a schedule of events. If you would like to attend please call me at 955-4288.