Houston Student Recognized For Volunteering Over 500 Hours To TCMH

Melody Tate (center) received special recognition from Texas County Memorial Hospital for volunteering over 500 hours at the hospital over the past year and half. Shown here with Tate are Wes Murray, TCMH CEO (left), and April Steele, TCMH Youth Ambassador program coordinator.

Melody Tate (center) received special recognition from Texas County Memorial Hospital for volunteering over 500 hours at the hospital over the past year and half. Shown here with Tate are Wes Murray, TCMH CEO (left), and April Steele, TCMH Youth Ambassador program coordinator.

Texas County Memorial Hospital has recognized Melody Tate, a Houston High School senior, for volunteering over 500 hours at the hospital through the Youth Ambassador program.

Tate was accepted into the Youth Ambassador program and began volunteering at the hospital in the fall of 2014 when she was a junior in high school. She has continued to volunteer and reached 510 hours at the beginning of 2016.

Youth Ambassadors are required to volunteer four hours a month during the school year to maintain active status in the program, while most Youth Ambassadors average 40 hours of volunteer time during a school year.

Tate achieved 450 hours of volunteer time within her first year of service at TCMH.

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