Hanover honors outstanding volunteers!
Hanover County resumed what used to be its annual (pre-COVID) “Spirit of Volunteerism” celebrations on May 12. This year’s winners were:
Memorial Regional Medical Center received the “Commitment to Community Award”, established to honor a Hanover business that exemplifies strong community values and a sustained commitment to supporting the community.
William Berkley “Berk” Jones received the “Spirit of Dedication” award, given to a volunteer aged 60 or over.
David and July Fuller received the “Spirit of Family” award.
Scott Boyer received the “Spirit of Inspiration” award, which goes to an individual who has volunteered for 20 years or more within a specific organization.
There were two “Spirit of One” winners, Kim Alford and Alexis Torres.
The “Spirit of Team” award was presented to Henrico and Chickahominy Medical Reserve Corps members.
Maggie Sharp won the “Spirit of Youth” award.
Mechanicsville High School Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps won the “Spirit of Youth Team” award.
For more information about all these terrific volunteers and what they did to earn such recognition, read here.