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Hohenfels celebrated the many volunteers who are "changing lives and communities" at a recognition ceremony, here, April 23. Of the 247 volunteers registered in the Volunteer Management Information System, 29 were called forth for the special distinction of volunteering more than 250 hours. Three others were recognized for donating more than 1000 hours of their time, and an additional seven were selected as Volunteers of the Year in a variety of categories. "We all know there are thousands of people in our community who volunteer on a daily basis who are not registered, who just do it because it's the right thing to do," said Col. John G. Norris, Joint Multinational Readiness Center commander.