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Zebra Frozen Yogurt gives F.I.S.H. a helping hand

By Staff | Aug 7, 2013

Top row, left to right: Jerry Edelman, Maryanne Daly, Carol Strange, Taylor Restivo, Gina Garver, Alexis Restivo, Kay Morse, Brian Healy, Maggi Feiner and FISH President John Morse. Bottom Row: Nicole Decker McHale, Darren “DJ” Jenkins and John Pryor. PHOTO PROVIDED.

As a way of lending a helping hand to F.I.S.H. of Sanibel, Inc., Zebra Frozen Yogurt recently hosted a Frozen Yogurt Social to help the organization recruit new volunteers. Zebra offered complimentary yogurt and smoothies to all those signing up to become a FISH volunteer. As a result, 14 new volunteers were welcomed to the FISH organization.

Volunteers are the life and blood of FISH. Without them, FISH would be unable to help our island neighbors. There are always opportunities to be involved with FISH. Volunteers can be full or part-time residents, retired or working. Some help in one service area, while others assist in several areas and with various programs.

“We are very excited to welcome these new volunteers to our organization,” said Maggi Feiner, FISH Executive Director. “We extend our sincere gratitude to Zebra Frozen Yogurt for organizing this great event.”

If you missed the Frozen Yogurt Social, but would still like to sign up, there are many volunteer opportunities available. Everyone can find a good fit, and FISH is always looking for new people. Please visit the FISH website for additional information: fishofsanibel.com. There you can download the volunteer application, or contact the Walk-in Center directly at 472-4775.