Back row from left: Woodbridge Human Services Commission Chair Mary Lee Barker, outstanding volunteer Betsy Quist, outstanding volunteer Pennell Hamilton, representing Bailey, Moore, Glazer, Schaefer & Proto LLP and their employees Rosemarie Guardino, Human Services Director Mary Ellen LaRocca, Senior Center Director Lee Canning, and Youth Services Director Nancy Pfund; front row from left: outstanding volunteer Mary Leigh Sabshin, outstanding volunteer Audrey Grotheer, outstanding volunteer Laurie Luce, Woodbridge First Selectman Ellen Scalettar, and outstanding volunteer Randi Fiorello.
On April 16th Woodbridge Human Services held its 27th Annual Volunteer Tea. This year 111 volunteers were honored for their dedication and generosity to the community. The Tea was very well attended by Woodbridge dignitaries, volunteers, their friends and families.
First Selectman’s Youth award
Abby/Kai Keevil was selected as this year’s recipient of the First Selectman’s Youth Award. She was nominated by Jonathan Gorham for her work with the Massaro Farm along with other her volunteer commitments. Abby/Kai received a certificate and a plaque from Human Services, a citation from the State Legislature presented by Senator Joe Crisco, as well as a check donated by People’s Bank.