A 77-year-old Mitchell woman is named the South Dakota winner of the Home Instead Senior Care network’s Salute to Senior Service award. Ruby Pattison was recognized for her dedication to community service, including her work at the Mitchell Retired Senior Services Program. Pattison has also volunteered as a school nurse and has helped 4-H kids with their projects. She also gives flu shots to kids, volunteers at the local senior citizens center and sews quilts for those in need. For winning, Pattison received $500 for the charity of her choice and will have a spot on the Salute to Senior Service Wall of Fame on SalutetoSeniorService.com. Pattison will now compete in the national competition.
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