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It was a clean sweep for history as the Frankfort chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution volunteered at the historic Sullivan House on Fort Hill on Wednesday. Four volunteers swept, dusted, mopped and cleaned windows for about two hours on the chilly morning.

Volunteer work for some takes them across the street or perhaps the town. For Dariel Rexroat, one of his primary volunteer sites is a 14-hour plane ride to the country of Romania that borders on the Black Sea. He also gives of his time in Haiti and Ethiopia — and as close as Cedarmore in She…

Talents from a lifetime of study and work coupled with time available when day-to-day work responsibilities end provide the ingredients for the potentially perfect volunteer. Factor in a willingness to freely give of both and you have a winning combination.

Connie Riddell, a long-time CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) volunteer who now serves on the staff, said she’s not glad there’s a need for the organization here — but she’s glad it’s here and active.

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