Does 92-year-old Charles LoBue plan on retiring from his 35-hour-a-week volunteer commitments any time soon? “No way,” he said. The hard-working community servant just received an award honoring him for 20 years as a volunteer for the Foodbank Santa Barbara County’s Brown Bag program, which supplies free groceries to seniors in need twice a month. But that’s the tip of the iceberg for LoBue. He also gives his time, energy and financial support to a variety of other local causes. He serves on several committees for the Carpinteria Arts Center, whose campaign to create a new home for the arts has reaped the benefit of LoBue’s giving. The main gallery will be named after LoBue.