July 24, 2009
Myrt Stagner, 67, is one of 21 active Pink Ladies, a group of volunteers for The Memorial Hospital. The ladies do a variety of tasks, including working at the hospital's front desk, helping run the lunchroom, assisting physicians and operating the gift shop. Currently, the ladies are in need of more volunteers.
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Probably the most important quality for any prospective Pink Lady volunteer is compassion. That's the opinion of Doris Moore, 87, who was on staff when a young woman recently died at The Memorial Hospital.