Posts Tagged ‘ volunteerism ’

Behind Every Volunteer There is a Story

June 28, 2012
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Last year I was so inspired by our annual Volunteers Guild brunch that I made it the centerpiece of one of my blogs.  Some things never change!  On Saturday, June 9th, we saluted over 100 Volunteer Guild members and their friends and families on our Wasserman Campus in Woodland Hills, and once again I...

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An 85 Year Age Difference

May 10, 2012
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It gives me a lot of pride and some goose bumps to tell you this story. So, we have an intern in our Media Room, Sarah Crosthwate, a junior at Agoura High School, who commits part of her Sundays to working on Channel 22 projects.  (Channel 22 is MPTF’s in-house television channel, creating and...

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A Remarkable Brunch

December 15, 2011
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This past Sunday, I had the real pleasure of joining the Community Volunteer Recognition Brunch at the Saban Center for Health and Wellness on the MPTF Wasserman Campus.  For a few hours on an otherwise dreary Sunday morning, I got to break bread (bagels, it was brunch) and meet up with some of the...

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