This week Sarah's Inn recognized three volunteers for their outstanding community service on behalf of survivors of domestic violence and their families, as well as Sarah's Inn community education and violence prevention programs.
From left to right: Lisanne Scannicchio was recognized for volunteering 402 hours in one year to answer phone calls on the Sarah's Inn 24-hour crisis line. Irene Prince was recognized for volunteering 473 hours in one year in a variety of organizational roles. Charlene Cliff was recognized for 21 years of volunteer service at Sarah's Inn, including her contributions to developing Sarah's Inn cyber-safety and anti-bullying classes at Brooks and Julian Middle Schools in Oak Park.
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