Invaluable to the City of Danville. That’s how City Manager Ron Scott described the 100 government-appointed committee volunteers who were honored Wednesday at Danville’s annual volunteer appreciation luncheon at the Danville Country Club. By participating in the 13 Danville city government committees and boards, these residents use their time and abilities to bring a wealth of experience which helps make our community a better place to live, he said.
“This community has a number of blessings,” said Danville Mayor Mike Perros, referring to the volunteer committee members. “No amount of city or county staff could accomplish what these volunteers help to do.”
“Your time is your most precious resource and our volunteers are helping our quality of life,” and the city appreciates this resource, Perros said.
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