Featured Volunteers

You Make It Happen!

The key to our success rests in our volunteers who embody the spirit of greatness by saying, "Yes I can, and so can you!" Thank you so much for your hard work. We could never have asked for more dedicated volunteers, and we cannot express how grateful we are to have you here!

Linda Everding

Linda Everding

Linda has been volunteering at the Reservation Desk at the Burleigh County Senior Center since September of 2018. Linda enjoys concerts and going to casino's. She previously worked as a teacher for 10 years at BECEP Headstart, as a pre-school teacher at the YMCA Youth Development Center for 20 years and as a Bus Monitor for the Bismarck Public Schools for 13 years. She has volunteered in school libraries for Rita Murphy School and Dorothy Moses School. Linda has been married to Lenny for 42 years. They have a blended family of seven children, seventeen grandchildren and ten great grandchildren. She enjoys visiting with all the people at the Center and is glad to help out whenever she can.


Angela "Angie" Heck

Angie has been volunteering for Home Delivered Meals at the Senior Center for 12 years. When her last living grandparent (Anna Heck) passed away in the Fall of 2006, she decided to Volunteer in her honor. Anna received Home Delivered meals and really enjoyed them as well as visiting with the volunteers. Angie appreciated the service that was provided to her grandmother and wanted to be part of giving that to someone else's grandparent. Angie was born and raised in Bismarck and is a graduate of the University of North Dakota. Go Sioux! She is currently employed at United Tribes Technical College in the Safety and Security Department. Angie enjoys spending time with her wonderful family, awesome friends, and especially the love of her life Andrew and their dogs. She enjoys meeting all the incredible people the Home Delivered Meals program serves, the other amazing volunteers and also the wonderful staff of the Senior Adults Program. It makes her heart happy!