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Honor Roll Applauds Volunteers

December 18, 2007

The Volunteer Honor Roll of Service (HRS) lists outstanding volunteers nominated by their peers. Among the newest HRS names is Bill Reenstra ‘72 (see “Riding to Reunion,” September/October 2007), recognized for his work in establishing the MIT Teacher Award Program. Other honorees revamped a financial record-keeping system, revitalized clubs and affinity groups, and improved Web communications. Learn about the honorees online at

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