In observance of National Volunteer Month, Clair ton Area Chapter 1612 of the AARP honored Charles “Chuck” Zwingler as an outstanding volunteer during a recent meeting.
He was chosen by the Service Award Committee for service to his chapter and community. He received a certificate and a pin from the National AARP.
Zwingler been a member of the chapter since 2001 and has served on various committees.
His input has added to the success of the chapter. He’s served as first and second vice president and was president for two years. He has been treasurer and assistant treasurer.
While not serving as an officer, Zwingler takes part in the chapter’s choral group — Yankee Doodle Dandies.
He is involved with his church, volunteering in various capacities and singing in the choir.
When not serving with the AARP chapter or his church, he is active in the community.
He volunteers with Meals on Wheels and helps with the Clairton Food Bank.
He’s also interested in local history and is a member of the McKeesport Regional History and Heritage Center.