The Reston Association recently unveiled the winners of the Volunteer Reston Service Awards, which recognize people, groups and community businesses who helped serve the community through various volunteer projects each year.
Doug Britt, who has helped collect environmental data, and Cindy Metcalf, who coordinates and leads classes on how to start a garden, both nabbed the top honor as “Volunteers of the Year.”
Here are the rest of the winners for the different categories:
- 55+ Volunteer: Don Coram
- Group Volunteer Service: Southgate Community Center Advisory Council
- Community Partner of the Year: Public Affairs Support Services, Inc.
- Committee and/or Work Group Volunteer of the Year: Pony Barn Working Group
A reception on April 18 at The Lake House (11450 Baron Cameron Avenue) will celebrate the volunteers.
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