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Karen Stolt

Karen Stolt

Karen Stolt

Lollypop Farm Humane Society of Greater Rochester announces that Karen Stolt, volunteer manager, has been awarded the Jerry Bennett Excellence in Volunteer Administration Award from the Rochester Area Administrators of Volunteer Service.

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