Friday, April 26, 2013
Blake Middle School student Lily Doctoroff was honored earlier this month for her volunteer work.
Earlier this month, Lily Doctoroff, an eighth grade student at Blake Middle School, was honored with a John F. Kennedy Make a Difference Award for her volunteer work with the Medway Family Shelter as well as her anti-bullying efforts. Lily was one of nearly 100 middle school students to be honored at a reception at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum on April 9. About the Award The John F. Kennedy Make a Difference Award is given to students who are nominated by a teacher or principal for an outstanding contribution they have made to their school, neighborhood, town or the global community. "President Kennedy believed that every person can make a difference and each of us should try," said Library Director Tom Putnam. "…
Friday, March 8, 2013
The Medfield Foundation will honor all Medfield residents nominated for 2103 Volunteer of the Year.
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
Thompson will be recognized by The Medfield Foundation as an "active citizen" and a woman who "can do it all."
The following press release was submitted by The Medfield Foundation. The Medfield Foundation proudly recognizes Ann Thompson with one of its two 2013 Lifetime Achievement Awards for her five decades of work to benefit Medfield, including almost forty years service in town government. Ann has been “everywhere” and involved in “everything” in town. Ann’s service includes as a Selectman for thirty years, the Warrant Committee, a CPR Instructor, a Girl Scout Leader, the Medfield Home Committee, the Medfield State Hospital Reuse Committee, the Original High School Booster Club, as a Medfield school volunteer, MEMO (Medfield Employers and Merchants Organization), attending Eagle Scout programs, the Original St. Edward's Parish Council, as a …
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Albert Manganello has been recognized by The Medfield Foundation for 40 years of work with Medfield's military veterans.
The following press release was submitted by The Medfield Foundation. The Medfield Foundation proudly recognizes Albert Manganello, Jr. with its 2013 Lifetime Achievement Award for his four-decade long life work to benefit all things for all Medfield veterans. Medfield Veteran Service Officer Ron Griffin put it perfectly when he said, “From breaking ground at Baxter Park to coordinating the Senior Christmas party, Al's fingerprints are on every veteran related town project. His foot turned over the first shovel of dirt when the American Legion Post was relocated from the old GAR building on Pleasant Street to its present location at Peter Kristof Way. Again it was his shovel, when ground breaking began on Baxter Park. Though this Veterans…