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49: Living in Service to Others by Helping Roanokers in Need | Lee Clark | The Rescue Mission

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An Interview with Lee Clark of The Rescue Mission:

Your reputation is who you are. Lee Clark learned this from his grandparents at an early age, and it inspired him to live a life of service to others, always looking for ways in which he can be more useful to society. He was working at The Roanoke Times when a friend introduced Lee to volunteering at The Rescue Mission. As a volunteer, he got to serve on the mission’s foundation board before he was offered a formal position and became Director of Development & Administration. Today, he is the CEO. Find out how The Rescue Mission is transforming lives and how your involvement, in whatever small way, can go a long way in supporting the mission.

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