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Heritage Sandy Springs honors volunteers
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December 10, 2012 10:12 AM | 1490 views | 0 0 comments | 17 17 recommendations | email to a friend | print
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From left, Christy Nickles of Heritage Sandy Springs and Kirstin Howard of Whole Foods, the Sandy Springs Community Partner Award winner.
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From left, Christy Nickles of Heritage Sandy Springs and Kirstin Howard of Whole Foods, the Sandy Springs Community Partner Award winner.
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From left, Heritage Sandy Springs’ Kimberly Brigance and Historic Preservation Award winner Clarke Otten.
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From left, Heritage Sandy Springs’ Kimberly Brigance and Historic Preservation Award winner Clarke Otten.
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From left, Heritage Membership Award winners Phil Beeson and Chip Emerson.
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From left, Heritage Membership Award winners Phil Beeson and Chip Emerson.
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From left, Garnett Cobb Award winners Susan and Bob Beard.
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From left, Garnett Cobb Award winners Susan and Bob Beard.
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(UPDATED AT 4:50 P.M. TUESDAY WITH PHOTOS)

In a news release last week, the Heritage Sandy Springs announced its board of trustees and staff gathered Nov. 29 to honor outstanding volunteer service in 2012.

The 2012 volunteer award recipients are:

o Garnett Cobb Outstanding Volunteer Award: Bob and Susan Beard

o Volunteer of the Year: Patty Voelz

o Youth Volunteer of the Year: Girl Scouts of Sandy Springs and Tina Pak

o Sandy Springs Festival Volunteer Award: Tom and Celeste Jones

o James Kambourian Landscape Award: Chris Adams

o Historic Preservation Award: Clarke Otten

o Heritage Membership Award: Chip Emerson

o Community Partner Award: Whole Foods Market Sandy Springs

o President’s Award: Jeremy Hull

“The benefits that Heritage Sandy Springs is able to provide for the community are possible because of our dedicated volunteer base,” said Executive Director Carol Thompson. “We are fortunate to have an eclectic group of committed volunteers – people who love their community and want to contribute to making it better, who work as a team and enjoy the camaraderie of working with old friends while also making new ones, who generously and cheerfully give of their time, talents, and financial resources. Many thanks to each of our volunteers — for what you do for HSS, and in turn, for our community.”

Information: (404) 851-9111.
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