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Volunteers C;ntinued.from page 53 gling students in the classroom,. but lends support to the teachers by making copies, putting books together and creating activities. Outside the classroom, she serves as president of the Lewes Middle School PTO, helps organize early dismissal plans, student activities, fundraisers and teacher grants. She also writes the PTO newslet- ter, an important publication that keeps parents abreast of the schools' plans, calendar and activ- ities. She personally staples the newsletter to each of the 870 stu- dents' report cards." Delaware Chapter MADD past president Dolly Banks was hon- ored with the SOcial Justice Award. Minner note6: "Dolly Banks has turned her own person- al tragedy into a full-time effort to prevent similar occurrences. After losing her son in a drunk driving accident in 1997, she realized the importance of support for all vic- tims of alcohol-related crashes and their families. She set about reactivatzMg a MADD Delaware chapter to' address those needs. These include support, counseling and public education. Dolly start- ed a recruitment campaign for both volunteers and members, raised funds for the cause, main- tained public awareness booths and served as the chapter's victim advocate. She routinely volunteers 40-50 hours a week for MADD causes. We thank her .for her tireless efforts in support of highway safe- ty, an often thankless and difficult challenge." Sister Maria Mairlot of Georgetown won the Faith Based Award for her volunteer work at helping newly arrived immigrants ;in Sussex County meet their basic needs of food, shelte/and employ- merit. As Mirmer noted: "She soon found that providing decent and affordable housing helped solve other problems. Thanks to her countless hours of counseling, guidance, interpretation, transla- tion, transportation, phone calls, meetings and home visits, more than thirty immigrant families now have become first time home buyers. Her amazing efforts have caught the attention of local banks; governmental housing agencies and real estate agencies. Thanks to Sister Mafia, these fam- ilies have reached their dreams of home ownership." The Delaware Association of Volunteer Administrators (DAVA) is a statewide professional net- work of salaried and nonsalafied managers of volunteers and Volun- teer programs. Members reprcmnt a variety of public and private organizations such as government, nonprofit agencies, schools, cul- tural institutions, corporate volun- teer programs and religious organ- izations. DAVA membership allows for individual and organizational growth through the Volunteer Management Certification series, training, educational meetings and a quarterly newsletter. 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