Lake County Commissioners Recognize National Volunteer Week

This year, National Volunteer Week is recognized from April 17-23. Established by the United States government in 1974, National Volunteer Week seeks to encourage volunteerism and salute the services of the volunteers who have given countless hours for the betterment of their communities. “This is an opportunity to celebrate volunteers and recognize their impact on building stronger communities,” said Commissioner John R. Hamercheck. “Simply put, volunteers keep many services in Lake County running.” 

The Lake County Volunteer Network, a division of the Board of Commissioners, in partnership with the Lake County Council on Aging and the Lake County Visitor’s Bureau, is recognizing volunteers for National Volunteer Week by offering discounted coupons to several Lake County businesses and organizations. Please click here to view the entire news release.