Volunteer Spotlight

Volunteer Spotlight – June 2017

June 1, 2017 — Julie Connelly was born in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Her dad owned a family printing and office supply company which his parents opened in 1904. Her parents each had a number of brothers and sisters, allowing her and her sister to spend lots of time with cousins, aunts and uncles who lived nearby. Her mom loved... Read More

Volunteer Spotlight – Bobbye Davies

May 1, 2017 — Dogwood Village would like to recognize Bobbye Davies for her contributions to the facility. Davies is a graduate from Maryville College in Tennessee with a Bachelor’s Degree in Education and later received a Master’s Degree in Education from UVA. She landed a job with Grymes Memorial School and worked for more than 20 years while... Read More

Volunteer Spotlight – April 2017

March 31, 2017 — Dogwood Village would like to recognize students from Grymes Memorial School for their contributions to the facility. For more than 20 years there has been a partnership between Dogwood Village and Grymes School; whereby, students have connected with our residents developing special relationships. These friendships often extend to visits with the students and their family... Read More

Volunteer Spotlight – Trent Carr

March 1, 2017 — Dogwood Village would like to recognize Trent Carr for his service to the facility. Trent is the son of Kim and Troy Carr of Rhoadesville. Trent is a senior at Orange County High School and enjoys hunting, wrestling, golf and fishing. He works part-time at Meadows Farm Golf Course. Trent would eventually like to work... Read More

Volunteer Spotlight – February 2017

February 1, 2017 — Dogwood Village would like to recognize Kim Bartley for her contributions to the facility. Kim was born and raised in Orange County and worked for State Farm for 17 years. She is married to John “Crit” Bartley and has two children, Jacob and Sarah. Kim received a bachelor’s degree in 2013 from Liberty University where... Read More

Volunteer Spotlight – January 2017

January 19, 2017 — Dogwood Village of Orange County gladly accepts volunteers. Volunteers give treasured hours to our residents and play an important role in the facility as they provide assistance with activities on a daily basis. There are many opportunities to serve, and we appreciate everyone’s time and talents. Instruction and training are provided for volunteers as they... Read More