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June 2017 Volunteer Spotlight: Kim Shank Zehner

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  • Written By: Felicia Messimer
June 2017 Volunteer Spotlight: Kim Shank Zehner

Meet Kim Shank Zehner. Kim is practically a fixture at The Legacy Living and Rehabilitation Center. When she heard that volunteers were needed to help move residents from Pioneer Manor to The Legacy last November, Kim came to help Marla Russell and the Activities staff pack up and move all their supplies. After the move Kim asked if help was needed in the new facility. She’s been volunteering ever since.

Kim helps with bingo, paints nails and is right there with arts and crafts projects, including glass art. She goes on shopping trips for the residents and stops by to visit one-on-one, averaging about nine to 12 hours a week.

Kim worked as a housekeeper for 24 years, and later worked at Home Depot and JoAnn’s. She likes to keep busy, and volunteering gives her the ability to help others and make someone’s day. For Kim, volunteering is an opportunity to put others first and fulfill a need in the community.

Kim embodies the spirit of volunteerism—giving her time for the opportunity to help others. Thank you, Robin for all that you do for CCH and this community.

If you're interested in learning more about volunteering with CCH, please contact Volunteer Coordinator Chris Buxton at 307.688.1536 or visit

Pictured is Kim enjoying a moment with The Legacy resident Charlotte Chornuk.

  • Category: The Legacy Living and Rehabilitation Center, Volunteer