David Banner of Cosmopolis receives 2014 Governor’s Volunteer Service Award
Cosmopolis resident David Banner was recently selected as recipients of the 2014 Governor’s Volunteer Service Award for in recognition of his work with the Senior Companion Programs in Grays Harbor, Pacific and Thurston Counties. The awards were presented by Washington Governor Jay Inslee and his wife at the Governor’s Mansion in Olympia on April 21, 2014.
The award given Banner read as follows: “David Banner has been a tireless volunteer for the Senior Companion Program since November 2000. Using his computer expertise and creative skills, he develops and upgrades the Senior Companion Program’s public relations materials and recently created a website to enhance visibility. In addition to the innumerable hours he donates to the program, he also volunteers for several other non-profit organizations including Child Evangelism Fellowship, Christian Women’s Connection, South Aberdeen Baptist Church, and the Aquanotes, a local music group who visits residential care facilities to bring the gift of song. David is generous and devoted to his community and brings an altruistic spirit throughout his volunteer service.”