On June 28 a banquet and awards ceremony honoring Delta Correctional Center 2012 volunteers was held at the Delta Correctional Center.
Staff of the Delta Correctional Center, along with the offender population, greatly appreciates the exemplary volunteer service the citizens of Delta County and other counties throughout the state provide. During fiscal year 2012-2013, a total of 10,900 individual hours of service as well as $20,000 in food, produce and/or various donations and support were graciously given to this facility. These generous donations help fill a need when resources do not meet the demand.
Volunteer services provided include:
Substance abuse counselors — Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous.
Religious groups and Bible studies — Men of Accountability, Freedom Fellowship, Catholic churches, Protestant churches, Spanish-speaking Bible studies, fundamental Bible studies, KAIROS, Prison Fellowship, Life Learning, local ministerial fellowships, Latter-day Saints, Life Learning Studies, Set Free Prison Ministries, Heritage Christian Center, Jehovah Witnesses, parenting classes, anger management, self-improvement, Narcotics Anonymous, Alcoholics Anonymous, Steps to Recovery and Life Tree Café.
All food items served were provided by Warden Steve Green and prepared by DCC food service staff which includes Capt. Samantha Mills, Lt. Dan Johnson and Sgt. Loretta Burton.
Volunteers of the Year — Brad and Kathy Kolman.
Ray Hausner Memorial Award — Ronald Smith.
Reverend Bob Storch Award — Dan and Deanna Tyler.
Service Pin Awards
Five-year awards — Cheryl Barnett, Dennis Doerer, Terry Hastings, Lettie Hellman, William Honchell and Terry Melton.
15-year awards — Daniel Arreola, John Colvin, William Faller II and Carroll Sluder.
20-year award — Steven Fleming.blog comments powered by Disqus