The Woodlands Township Board of Directors honored more than 200 volunteers at a special Volunteer Recognition event on January 25, 2017, including Volunteer of the Year awards for The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch and other Township departments.
Congratulations to this year’s award recipients for The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch – the 2016 Capstone Coordinators, who include Lorri Attaya, Cleo Barry, Pam Blakeslee, Meredith Bouchey, Frank Bryant, Tom Buffa, Hugh Celestino, Laura Celestino, Grayson Fitch, Kristi Fitch, Carol Fritsche, Jodi Goodell, Elisa Lombardi, Tracy Morris, Ann Olson Perry, Natalie Porter, Christie Taillon, Jill Tresaugue and Deanna Wittman.
The Capstone Coordinators jumped at the opportunity to once again shine during their yearly National Night Out party and educate the children of their community on bike safety. On one of the hottest day of the year, July 24, 2016, after several meetings and much planning, the Capstone Coordinators helped put on one of the best National Night Out parties and Bike Rodeo in the history of the Neighborhood Watch program. With hundreds of residents in attendance, Capstone Coordinators once again shared the message of safety with their residents. This event could not have taken place without their hard work and dedication.
This team understands what The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch program is all about and have embraced our goals of helping to keep our neighborhoods safe. Congratulations to these wonderful Coordinators on a job well done!
Read the press release to learn more about all of the volunteers honored at the Township’s Volunteer Recognition event.