PSU Staff Volunteer at Plymouth Regional Senior Center

November 19th, 2008 by Adam

PLYMOUTH, N.H.-
Thanksgiving is traditionally a time of giving, and a cadre of Plymouth State University employees provided a helping hand at the Plymouth Regional Senior Center’s annual Thanksgiving luncheon Nov.18 & 19.

Nearly 150 turkey dinners were served up by PSU employees, who enjoyed the opportunity to set out a delicious meal for
community seniors.

PSU employees who participated in the Thanksgiving luncheon included Lynn Cuda, Chuck Doyle, Dorie Cash, Michelle Lauriat, Ellanna Tallent, Kathi Weeks, Jess Stevens, Karen Weldon, Diane Tiffany, Nina Baker, Barbara Gickas and Babs LaJeunnesse.

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