BRYAN - A Bryan man has been awarded The President's Volunteer Service Award.
Jack Donovan received the award Tuesday morning during the Brazos County Commissioner's meeting. State Representative John Raney says Donovan has volunteered more than 4,000 hours of his time. Many of those as a disaster response volunteer with the American Red Cross. In fact, Donovan was the American Red Cross Heart of Texas Chapter’s Volunteer of the year in 2013.
The President’s Volunteer Service Award is a volunteer awards program that encourages United States citizens or legal residents through presidential recognition to live a life of service, taking positive action to change the world.
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