2008 Volunteer Recognition Luncheon
On May 2, 2008, Palisades Medical Center celebrated National Volunteer Week by holding a special luncheon at Frank's Waterside to recognize the tireless efforts of its dedicated volunteers.

In 2007, volunteers provided more than 22,000 hours of service at Palisades. That equates to more than $500,000 in service value, according to the State of New Jersey. Volunteers also helped raise thousands of dollars for the PMC Foundation through the Gift Shop, the Thrift Shop and Auxiliary fundraising activities.

During the Volunteer Luncheon, Bruce J. Markowitz, President & CEO of Palisades Medical Center, presented corsages to Pearl Reis of West New York and Joan Venino of Fort Lee for 30 years of volunteer service. Reis and Venino were active volunteers when the Medical Center moved to its North Bergen Waterfront location in 1978.
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