You’ve seen neighbors volunteering their time and efforts to make our community the wonderful place it is to live—helping others, beautifying our spaces, and helping to keep us safe. Whether the person has lived here for many years or only briefly, you can nominate someone for Corn Hill’s Volunteer of the Year—someone whose efforts you feel have gone above and beyond those of an ordinary neighbor. It doesn’t have to be a board member or committee chair; it may be someone you’ve noticed who quietly contributes to your street or the neighborhood.
Now is the time to let them know how valuable they are! You must be a Corn Hill resident to submit a nomination and the nominee must also be a Corn Hill resident. Please submit your nomination to [email protected]. Include your name and contact information and the name of the person you nominate with a short paragraph describing their contribution and why you feel that person deserves the award.
The Corn Hill Neighborhood Association Board will review nominations and choose the award recipient to be announced at an upcoming social event.
Please submit nominations no later than October 15th.
Previous Volunteer of the Year Recipients:
- 2022 – Richard Sarkis
- 2020 – Rob Goodling; Sue Porter & Bob Conklin
- 2019 – Joanie & Pete Fraver
- 2018 – Joe Arena
- 2017 – John Holley
- 2016 – Ginny Browne
- 2015 – Joe Brown
- 2014 – Janet Mlinar