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Volunteer Activities Council Spotlight - March

Thursday, March 23, 2017

by Tanner Gooch

Productivity, Music

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Volunteer Activities Council Spotlight - March

 

LiveDAYBREAK would like to highlight council member Lisa Radke. Over the last year, Lisa has volunteered at almost every event, whether on site or behind the scenes. In addition to sitting on several event committees, she is the brains behind the Re/Max Shred-It event, which gives residents the opportunity to safely discard documents.

Not only has Lisa helped return Santa Letters and stuffed Easter Eggs, she has played leading role on committees for some of our most successful events like the Lakeside Luau and the Daybreak Doggie Paddle.

“I volunteer for LiveDAYBREAK because it’s a “feel-good” thing to do for my neighborhood. This community is so diverse with such a big variety of events, everyone should be able to find something to spark their interests. It’s always a party with LiveDAYBREAK!”

Lisa genuinely loves Daybreak and is personally and professionally invested in making Daybreak the best community in the state. We are very lucky to have Lisa on the Volunteer Activities Council and appreciate all her hard work.

About LiveDAYBREAK’s Volunteer Activates Council Spotlight:
Since LiveDAYBREAK is a resident-driven community council, this spotlight was created in an effort to recognize exceptional residents who are members of the Volunteer Activities Council. Every other month a lucky member will be spotlighted in the LiveDAYBREAK newsletter and on LiveDAYBREAK.com.

If you would like to become a member of the Volunteer Activities Council visit THIS PAGE and submit the form with your contact information.