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Congratulations Chris Houchens! United Way Volunteer of the Quarter




Each quarter, United Way of Southern Kentucky recognizes one individual volunteer who has gone above and beyond to support the efforts of United Way and thus our community.

For Q2 2018, United Way of Southern Kentucky would like to recognize Chris Houchens of Gerald Printing as the Volunteer of the Quarter. Chris volunteers throughout the year by serving on the United Way’s Champions for Barren County Committee. Chris has played an instrumental role in expanding United Way’s presence in Barren County and increasing levels of support. By keeping United Way at the forefront of his thoughts and actions when interacting with the community, Chris is an example of the impact we can all make when we choose to LIVE UNITED.

Please join us in honoring Chris Houchens for his volunteer efforts not just in Q2 2018, but throughout the year! We are truly grateful for such an enthusiastic, hard working, committed volunteer!

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