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Saturday, December 05, 2015

Wicomico County’s Recreation, Parks & Tourism Honors Volunteers at Annual Banquet

Salisbury, MD – Each year, community members dedicate over 4,000 hours of time to Wicomico County’s Recreation, Parks and Tourism Department.  These volunteers, who are working to make a positive difference in Wicomico County, were honored at the annual Volunteer Appreciation and Sportsmanship Awards Banquet on Wednesday, December 2 at the Wicomico Youth & Civic Center. 

Nearly 20 volunteers were nominated this year by their peers. Based on the nominations submitted, the Recreation Commission presented awards to the following recipients.

Award recipients included:
Outstanding Youth Coach Sportsmanship                     Allen Seaton
Outstanding Youth Sportsmanship                               Maggie Ford
Outstanding Sports Coach                                          Sheila Loar
Outstanding Citizen Volunteer                                     Derrek Richardson
Outstanding Community Volunteer                                        Ann Dyke
Outstanding Civic Booster                                           Westside Missions
Outstanding Environmental Improvement Volunteer     Dawn Bounds
Outstanding Tourism Volunteer                                   Lee Whaley
Outstanding Recreation Council Volunteer                              Raeshema Hitch-Whaley & Dia Hitch
Outstanding Youth Volunteer                                      Kyle Dickerson & Megan Rickards
Lorne C. Rickert Lifetime Volunteer                                        Ralph Cordrey


Photo:  Back, L-R:  Doug Bounds (accepting for Dawn Bounds), Allen Seaton, Westside Missions, Kyle Dickerson; Front, L-R:  Megan Rickards, Ann Dyke, Maggie Ford, Austin Loar (accepting for Sheila Loar), Raeshema Hitch-Whaley

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Sheila Loar was a first-rate coach in a third-rate soccer program. That is harder to do than you think. Very surprised that sort of quality individual is recognized publicly in this county. Congratulations Sheila!