Hilton Head Island's Millie Timmerman puts fresh sheets on a hospital bed Sunday morning inside the emergency room at Hilton Head Hospital. Timmerman has worked over 16,000 hours as a volunteer in the last 20 years.
Hilton Head Island's Millie Timmerman puts fresh sheets on a hospital bed Sunday morning inside the emergency room at Hilton Head Hospital. Timmerman has worked over 16,000 hours as a volunteer in the last 20 years. Staff photo
Hilton Head Island's Millie Timmerman puts fresh sheets on a hospital bed Sunday morning inside the emergency room at Hilton Head Hospital. Timmerman has worked over 16,000 hours as a volunteer in the last 20 years. Staff photo

Hilton Head Island woman, 95, reaches 16,000 hours of volunteer time at hospital

August 11, 2013 05:20 PM

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