Volunteer helps visitors connect with Capitol

Published September 27, 2012 3:57 pm
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Lucille Workman, of Holladay, has volunteered for the Utah State Capitol Visitor Services Docent Program for three years.

The 90-year-old woman volunteers every Tuesday morning, conducting four school tours.

"She educates visitors about the beautifully restored Capitol and does it all with a warm smile and energetic skip in her step," said Joanna Hudson, director of Visitor Services at the Capitol Preservation Board.

Workman has a special connection with the Capitol: Her daughter is Sen. Pat Jones, D-Holladay. —

Volunteer today

I Interested in delivering meals to seniors, mentoring troubled teens or playing board games with veterans? Opportunities are available by the thousands in Utah, where government and nonprofit agencies are looking for helping hands. Here are a couple of places to look.

Salt Lake County Aging Services • Those interested in volunteering should call Vicki Jo Hansen at 385-468-3239.

United Way 2-1-1 • Go to uw.org/volunteer. The organization maintains a list of projects that can be narrowed by neighborhood and interests.

Have a volunteer you would like to highlight? Email us at closeup@sltrib.com.



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