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Township Council Honors Senior Citizen Volunteers

Irene Calafiore (left) and Jean Doyle were honored by the Township Council for their volunteer efforts.

Irene Calafiore (left) and Jean Doyle were honored by the Township Council for their volunteer efforts.

Two “just amazing” senior citizens were honored by the Township Council at its August meeting.

Jean Doyle and Irene Calafiore of teh Senior Citizens’ Advsory Committee were presented with Township Council proclamations at the meeting by Deputy Mayor Rozalyn Sherman.

Sherman praised the women for their volunteer work, most recently for collecting school supplies for backpacks for township children.

“They are absolutely amazing,” Sherman said.

“It was a labor of love,” Doyle said.

“In the end, when you realize you are doing something good for a little kid, it makes it all worthwhile,” she said.

The two collected enough supplies for 125 backpacks, and were also able to donate supplies to some schools.

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