2003 Volunteers of the Year

Marianne Milch, Quota International of Temple City, CA

Marianne Milch

Quota International of Temple City, CA

Marianne Milch has been an active member of Quota for nine years. In her first year of membership, she was elected president. She has also served as governor of the 25th District from 1999-2001. Marianne has been a tremendous asset to her club and local community. She provides creativity, energy, and ideas beyond anyone’s expectations. She participates with a positive attitude, enthusiasm, and dedication to serve others. At all times, Marianne shows the true spirit of Quota to all our members. She has been a leader on projects such as annual fashion shows, membership recruitment teas, yard sales, and Christmas toys given to needy children. This year, Marianne was the recipient of the Carmen Adams Award. Her volunteer work continues outside of Quota with membership in the Women’s Club of Temple City, where she served as president. She has been involved in many organizations in the San Gabriel Valley area, where she has served in key positions. These organizations include the California Federation of Women’s Clubs, the Temple City YMCA, the Temple City Circle Theater, the Camellia Festival and Carnival, and the Red Cross. Marianne Milch is the epitome of a dedicated and loyal volunteer. She always goes the extra mile in helping others. Most importantly, she carries the ideals of Quota with dignity and elegance.

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