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Louis A. Johnson VA Medical Center


Volunteer Week

Honoring the Little Things That Make It Happen!

This year, the Louis A. Johnson VA Medical Center proudly celebrates the 64th Annual Volunteer Recognition Ceremony. The ceremony will be held on Thursday, April 16 at noon at the Village Square Conference Center in Clarksburg, West Virginia. Entertainment will be provided by the Motown Strutters. 

Volunteers make the difference to those we serve and are vital to providing Veteran-centric care. Far too often, we take for granted those little things that make all the difference for ourselves and others. This is our humble way of saying “Thanks” and to pay tribute to our volunteers.

Volunteers are reminded to confirm your attendance by calling Voluntary Services at 304-623-2461 extension 3932.

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Louis A. Johnson VA Medical Center

1 Medical Center Drive
Clarksburg, WV 26301
304-623-3461 | 800-733-0512 Directions

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