2005 Volunteers of the Year

Holly Remer, Quota International of Central Oregon, OR

Holly Remer

Quota International of Central Oregon, OR

Quota International of Central Oregon is proud to nominate Holly Remer as the club’s 2005 Volunteer of the Year. Holly joined QI of Central Oregon just three years ago and has been an active participant in all of the club’s functions. She has served as service chairperson and has just been elected Vice President of Programs.

Holly is currently executive director of Healthy Beginnings, a program offering health and developmental screenings for children, from birth through age five. She is also active with the local school district and has served on several committees, currently the Strategic Planning Team and as a “Key Communicator” for the district. Holly works throughout the community to encourage assessments and early intervention for children in need and has spent the last 24 years volunteering in various capacities in her community. She has dedicated her life to the health and well being of children and her service in this community demonstrates her passion and caring for others.

Holly is an active volunteer throughout the community, providing guidance, support, and assistance to a number of organizations. Her efforts include coaching kids and parents in the joys of skiing together as a family, providing extensive service as a PTA volunteer (both locally and on the state level), and serving for almost ten years as a Girl Scout leader, trainer, and local neighborhood chairperson.

When serving on the Bend Traffic Safety Committee, Holly was a tireless advocate for identifying safe routes for children traveling to school as well as for developing and promoting campaigns to encourage car seat use and proper installation. Holly has worked with the school district on a three-year project to develop a district-wide strategic plan and serves as one of the districts communication citizens. Her volunteer experiences have taken her on a Girl Scout Wider Op to Canada with 24 Girl Scouts and sailing on a 1913 schooner with her own Girl Scout troop. Holly demonstrates caring for children and a commitment to community that is both rare and valuable to the families she serves.

The club reports that Holly’s 25 years of volunteerism is unsurpassed in their community.

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