Outstanding Volunteers to be Recognized by Medfield Foundation
The Medfield Foundation will recognize all residents nominated as Outstanding Volunteers at a reception to be held on March 10.
The following individuals were nominated as Outstanding Volunteers for the Medfield Foundation's 2013 Volunteer Recognition award.
A reception will be held in their honor on Sunday, March 10 at 4 p.m. at The Center at Medfield.
Those nominated include:
Youth Volunteer of the Year
Katrina Simon for work with the Mass. Alzheimer’s Assoc., Medfield Youth Action Committee, China student exchanges, MHS Chinese Club, Downtown Study Committee, political campaigns, and The Zullo Gallery
Greg Lyons for tutoring work at the Medfield High School math lab, MHS Community Teens, P&C Sports
Emily Monac for therapeutic horseback riding work at BiNA Farm, MHS Community Teens, and HOBY Youth Leadership
Volunteer of the Year
Beth Eby for her work with the Medfield Food Cupboard, and her support and advocacy for tennis
Rick Abecunas for his work with the Lowell Mason Foundation, Green Street and Dale Street Playgrounds, Soup to Go Medfield, Scouts, Medfield Music Association, and All Night Graduation Party
Michelle Doucette for her work with the American Legion Auxiliary, Dwight-Derby House, Veterans Day celebration, Home Committee
Cynthia Greene for her work with the Medfield Energy Committee, League of Women Voters, Medfield Special Education Parent Advisory Council, and Town Bylaw Review Committee
Rick McKinney for his work as scoutmaster of Troop 89 and Cub Scout Pack 200, Thunder Hill 4H, and Youth Lacrosse
Albert Manganello, Jr. for his work with all things related to veterans, the Cemetery Commission, Legion Baseball, Little League, Memorial Day Parade, Children’s Christmas Party
Ann Thompson for her work in town government, the Library Trust Fund, Home Committee, Girls Scouts, MHS Boosters, St. Edward’s, Knitting for Cancer, and Medfield TV