Governor and First Lady Tomblin Thank West Virginians for Participating in Day to Serve Events
CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin and First Lady Joanne Jaeger Tomblin thanked all West Virginians who organized and
participated in service projects as part of today’s Governor’s Day to Serve. Over 420 projects, focused on community improvement,
took place in all 55 counties.
“By volunteering your time and talents, you can experience immense personal growth while strengthening your community and
ensuring a brighter future for our state,” Gov. Tomblin said. “Joanne and I extend our sincerest appreciation to everyone
who volunteered today, including my staff, as well as those who organized service projects throughout our state. Thank you
for a job well done!”
Gov. Tomblin proclaimed Saturday, September 29th as the Governor’s Day to Serve on July 31, 2012—joining Virginia,
Maryland and Washington in a regional Day to Serve.
Amy Shuler Goodwin