The Greenbriar Children's Center showed a little love for some volunteers this afternoon. At a luncheon today, the center recognized volunteers and donors for their commitment to the children of the Coastal Empire. The 2004 fund drive was titled "Put a Little Love in Your Heart," and they say no one did that more than Volunteer of the Year, Caroline Hyman.
"This is a total surprise to me," she said of the honor. "I came to Savannah in 1966 as a medical technician. And all I can say is I believe in giving."
And the Business of the Year award went to JT Turner.
Reported by: Don Logana, email@example.com
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