Lake County Recognizes SUNsational Volunteers

PAINESVILLE, Ohio, July 15, 2022– The Board of Lake County Commissioners and the Lake County Council on Aging honored the hundreds of volunteers that impact many Lake County non-profit agencies through their dedication of time and talent. Volunteers were honored at the annual recognition event and six special volunteers were recognized for their exceptional service as this year’s SUNsational volunteers.  All volunteers are members of the Lake County Volunteer Network, formally RSVP, and a division of the Board of Commissioners, and the Lake County Council on Aging and served in numerous roles throughout the county.

The Board of Commissioners recognized the SUNsational volunteers at the July 7, 2022, meeting. The volunteers were presented with a certificate of recognition during the meeting.

“The Board of Commissioners is honored to recognize these dedicated individuals for their service to others in need within our community,” said Commissioner John Hamercheck, President of the Board of Lake County Commissioners. “They donate their time and talents to benefit others without expecting anything in return.” Please click here to read the entire press release.

From the left: Diane Melsheimer, Arlene Sakach, Fred Kramer, Ohio Senator Kenny Yuko, Dave Henschel, Commissioner John Plecnik, Chris Palsa, Commissioner Tyler, Thomas Queen representing Congressman David Joyce.