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Success Stories

More than 100 Army Community Service workers gathered secretly Sep. 6 with flowers and gifts in their hands at the Hartell House. An unsuspecting Army Community Service (ACS) volunteer soon realized it was not a normal lunch party. The hero of the event was Army Community Service (ACS) volunteer Hong Sook-hee. Hong has served as the Volunteer Program Manager for two years. Hong will continue to volunteer at Yongsan Army Community Service (ACS), but now in a different position. “ I first started my job here to enhance my English skills, learn more about the American system and to make foreign friends.” Hong said. “Looking back, the experience I gained was not just an opportunity to put myself into the U.S. community, but it helped my professional development.”

More than 100 Army Community Service workers gathered secretly Sep. 6 with flowers and gifts in their hands at the Hartell House. An unsuspecting ACS volunteer soon realized it was not a normal lunch party.

USO eases travel stress for deploying and redeploying service members at Rhein-Main's Air Mobility Command Terminal.

A year ago, one Meade High School student received White House recognition for her volunteer work with the homeless.

"For someone to give of their time and talents-volunteering is selfless service, our citizens at their best," says Cynthia Rome, Director of the Walter Reed Army Community Service (ACS), who oversees the Army Volunteer Corps (AVC), the lead agency for volunteerism at Walter Reed.

Cameras flashed as Fort Meade's volunteers walked down a red carpet at the "Fort Meade Walk of Fame" and had their picture taken by the "paparazzi." The volunteers were the celebrities of the evening during the installation's annual Volunteer Recognition Ceremony on April 24 at Club Meade.

More that 3,700 volunteers were honored at a Volunteer Recognition Ceremony, April 20 at the Nehelani on Schofield Barracks.


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