Vounteer Tea is a way to say ‘thank you’

Caitlyn Foster, Minnie Chen, Cara Dunhill and Olivia Catarino were honored for volunteering their time at the Woodbridge Human Services Department.

Youth Services Director Nancy Pfund (at mike) thanked (from left) Caitlyn Foster, Minnie Chen, Cara Dunhill and Olivia Catarino for volunteering their time at the Woodbridge Human Services Department.

Woodbridge Youth Services Director Nancy Pfund recognized four Amity seniors for their dedication to the town and its residents at the Volunteer Tea on Thursday.

The four girls, Minnie Chen, Caitlin Foster, Olivia Catarino, and Cara Dunhill played a key role in the department, especially with the sorting of the food collected by the Boy Scouts each year for the Woodbridge Food Bank.

Pfund said the girls “spent hours after school, even on early dismissal days, offering their services.  These generous, young women have also assisted in local projects on weekends over their high school careers, and continue to make themselves available to the Youth Evening Program.

“Their service is a sign of their maturity and commitment to others,” she said.

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