MEDIA ADVISORY: Governor Larry Hogan Joins 36th Annual Governor’s Service Awards Ceremony, Honors Outstanding Maryland Volunteers
19 Groups, Individuals Recognized for Service to the State
Governor Hogan will join the 36th Annual Governor’s Service Awards Ceremony. Each year, the Governor’s Office on Service and Volunteerism recognizes the volunteer contributions of exceptional Marylanders and Maryland organizations. Nineteen honorees will be recognized in 15 categories for their commitment to strengthening Maryland communities. The Governor’s Champion of Service Awards is presented to an organization or individual that embodies the Governor’s spirit of service.
The honorees include:
Governor’s Champion of Service Award: James Piper Bond, President and CEO of the Living Classrooms Foundation (Baltimore)
AmeriCorps Alum: Robert Zellner, Director of Client Services of the Awakenings Recovery Center (Washington County)
Corporate Business: Morgan Properties (Baltimore); Thermo Fisher Scientific (Frederick County)
Faith-Based: Asma Inge-Hanif, Founder of Inge Benevolent Ministries (Baltimore); Mosaic Christian Church (Howard County)
First Responder: Sergeant Adam Davies, Flight Paramedic for the Maryland State Police Aviation Command (Anne Arundel County); Detective Caprice Bellamy of the Anne Arundel County Police Department (Anne Arundel County)
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