Ronnie Grice | President

K-State Police Department 

“It has always been an honor and a privilege working with volunteers in the community. Serving on the board gives me the opportunity to give back and reach out to others on how important volunteer work is and how it benefits others in the community.”

Lindy Lindquist | Vice President

K-State Research & Extension; Retired

“The volunteer spirit has no age restrictions! I am pleased to serve on the Flint Hills Volunteer Center Board to support youth and adults who give their time to make our communities an amazing place to live.” 

Jennifer Wilson | Secretary

K-State Research Extension

“Volunteers are the lifeblood of strong communities, and the FHVC does such a great job of organizing and uplifting the spirit of volunteerism in our local community. I’m excited to be a part of those efforts!”

Angela Fobes | Treasurer

Meritrust Credit Union

One of the greatest gifts that anyone can give is their time.  I’m excited to have the opportunity to be involved with an organization that does so much for volunteerism in our community.”

Sue Simons | Immediate Past President

Retired Federal Civilian (Army)

“Volunteering is a such a great way to get involved with the community and be a part of making things better for everyone. My first volunteer ‘job’ was a Candy Stripe Volunteer in a local hospital and it was an eye-opener to how much little things really can help! There is a satisfaction in volunteering that money cannot replace.”

Heather Cunningham

Next Chapter Support

“The gifts of time and service are powerful things. They positively impact the lives of both the givers and the receivers. FHVC provides volunteers of all ages the opportunity to be a part of something bigger than themselves and help their neighbors in the process. We all benefit from a stronger community as a result.”

Julie Gibbs

Riley County Health Department

“Giving your time and talents is a great community service.  You never know just how much you can have an affect on another person’s life just by giving a bit of yourself.  The pandemic taught me a lot; one great thing I learned is how much this community truly cares.  I saw this in many ways but especially with how many people volunteered to help.  It was heartwarming, to say the least.”

Jacob Kujath

James Gordon & Associates CPA, P.A.

“Serving on the board is both an honor and privilege. I am grateful for the opportunity to serve the Manhattan community by being a member of the Flint Hills Volunteer Center board.”

Lucy Straily 

Your Medicare Simplified

“Not only does volunteering benefit the community, organizations, and individuals, it benefits the volunteer as well.  Volunteering helps you feel better about yourself and gives you a sense of purpose which is especially important for those of us who are retired.  As a member of the board of directors for Flint Hills Volunteer Center, I hope to encourage more people to give of themselves and reap the rewards.”

Missy Tener

AMICUS Wealth Partners

“As a small-town Kansas girl raised with an emphasis on service and being civic minded, I am overjoyed to be volunteering to support the mission to rally, coordinate and support volunteers.  Volunteering is caring in action.  Flint Hills Volunteer Center has a place for you too!”

Kelly Thomason

Homefront Real Estate Group

“Being a part of an organization that focuses on providing a variety of our community’s needs is such a privilege for me. My mission is to be a positive influence by impacting others with a dedication to service. I will strive to be a valuable member of the board of directors by giving back to create a stronger community together.”