Vol 22 No 01

A choice opportunity

John volunteers weekly at the Spokane Salvation Army Food Bank “At the end of the day, I may be tired from the work I’ve been doing, but I leave here exhil...

‘I want to help’

When Meighen Lovelace first walked into The Salvation Army Vail Valley in 2007, she was in crisis, though she didn’t know what the term meant at the time. S...

The value of volunteers

National Volunteer Week, April 10-16, recognizes the work of volunteers for causes and charities nationwide. Despite evidence that it leads to health benefit...

‘WE’RE THE GO-TO PEOPLE’

Dan Smith, volunteer advisory council chairman of the Vail Valley Service Center When the Vail Pass on the I-70 closes, stranding drivers on their way to De...

Hope trumps despair

Easter ushers in spring, and hope is in the air. Easter has become a time for celebration, for enjoying the flowers, the warm greetings of a Sunday morning, ...