Thursday, November 26, 2020

Southlake Volunteers Honored While Making their Marq

Volunteer Southlake hosted its annual Volunteer Appreciation event this past Monday, April 25th at the Marq. The evening highlighted our city volunteers and the “Marq they make in our community.”

The event was a huge success with over 120 people in attendance celebrating their peers and joint dedication to serving this community. Awards presented at the event included the Presidential Service Award pins, the new Mayor & Council Medal, as well as the Lifetime Milestone Awards. To learn more about each award please visit VolunteerSouthlake.com. The following includes a list of award recipients from the event:

Presidential Service Award

Individuals:

Wayne Berryman, Michael Binder, Joe Brayton, Patricia Brayton, Campbell Brown, Jacob Brush, Joaquin Cieri, Gary Davidson, Marie Doran, Emily Evans, Adam Floyd, Sarah Friske, Milan Georgia, Gary Harriger, Joan Houle, Remi Houle, Shaheer Khan, Abi Kumar, Marge Kyle, Sarah Logan, Sophia Logan, Myra Mak, Brynn Martin, Pranav Manjunath, Leroy McCall, Sameer Merchant, Karen Mertz, Pamela Muller, Alayna Payne, Rohan Patil, Ivette Gabriela Ramos Levy, Angela Riera, Harin Sabhaya, Nooreen Sandhu, Ashton Selsor, James Shirey, Megan Smith, Ken Stewart, Kenneth Stone, Riley Teague, Ailene Tubbesing, Marissa Vazhappilly, Evelyn Wang, and Maddie Whitsett.

Groups:

AARP Tax Aide, and Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints-Hurst Stake.

Mayor & City Council Medal

Sarah Logan –Junior

Patricia Brayton-Adult

Lifetime Milestone Service Awards

500 Hours:

Wayne Berryman, Joe Brayton, Patricia Brayton, Gary Davidson, Gary Harriger, Leroy McCall, Karen Mertz, Tom Moore, Pamela Muller, James Shirey, Megan Smith, Janie Stewart, Kenneth Stone,  and Ailene Tubbesing.

1,000 Hours:

Wayne Berryman, Patricia Brayton, Gary Davidson, Leroy McCall, Pamela Muller, Kenneth Stone, and Ailene Tubbesing.

Finally, in honor of the more than 2,000 volunteers who give back to the City of Southlake, Mayor Hill proclaimed with a Proclamation the week of April 24 – 30, 2016 as Volunteer Southlake Week. Thank you again to all of our Volunteer Southlake volunteers, you truly are “re- Marqable.”

If you would like more information about Volunteer Southlake, feel free to visit our website: VolunteerSouthlake.com.