(WICHITA, Kan.) — After more than 20 years of volunteering her time, KWCH 12’s Kim Setty is honored by Goodwill Industries of Kansas. Setty accepted the 2011 Dedicated Volunteer Award Tuesday night at Goodwill’s annual dinner and awards meeting.
Setty is well-known by viewers as the “Does It Work?” consumer reporter and anchor of Eyewitness News at Noon. She has been off the air for several months and continues receiving treatment for cancer.
Setty’s involvement with Goodwill started in the early 1990s, helping host a yearly telethon.
“[Goodwill] puts people to work, gets them out in the job force, teaches them what they need to do and then lets them fly,” said Setty.
Also honored at the dinner were Marsha Geisert of IFG, in addition to Goodwill clients and employees.
The featured speaker Tuesday night was Carl Hall, a former WSU baseball player, who was paralyzed in a car accident.