Green Bay Woman Wins AARP Volunteer Award


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Green Bay Woman Wins AARP Volunteer Award

By Katie Kozak. CREATED Jul 30, 2013

 GREEN BAY -- One Green Bay woman is being given with the highest volunteer award in Wisconsin from the AARP.

85-year-old Libbie Miller is being honored with the 2013 Andrus Award for Community Service. She's been volunteering for more than 60 years with organizations like the Cerebral Palsy Center and the Alzheimer's Association.

"I've always been wanting to help people, but I saw that growing up with my parents. They were always extending their hands to neighbors and families and friends, and when you grow up seeing that, it become your life," Miller says.

As part of the award she will receive $500 to donate to a charity of her choice.