Volunteer work is rewarding for Randolph man

RANDOLPH — It was close to three years ago when Doug Albers started thinking about getting involved in some type of volunteer work. “I wanted to do some volunteering. I thought about Hospice because they had taken care of my Grandma which was a good thing,” Albers said. “I did get involved with Hospice and it has been very rewarding.” Albers made contact with AseraCare Hospice, completed the training and has been a hospice volunteer

. “There is training first. It takes a while but it is good. You learn how to handle some things. They tell you about things to do and things not to do,” Albers said. “Training is on-going. We always have some type of training.”


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