Volunteers get hands-on view of work at partner agencies

Tori Smothers, second from left, kids around with James DeClue while they and Jake McVey, left, check plastic bottles to make sure they will fit during mechanized filling.

Tori Smothers, second from left, kids around with James DeClue while they and Jake McVey, left, check plastic bottles to make sure they will fit during mechanized filling. Photo by Julie Smith.

Two United Way volunteers learned new tasks Thursday morning, following the examples of veteran employees at Capitol Projects.

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The annual Days of Caring is sponsored by the United Way of Central Missouri to link volunteers from area businesses with United Way partner agencies.

For volunteers Jon Riggs and Tori Smothers, the first of two consecutive Days of Caring also was a day of learning, sharing and working.

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