Sustain our Community award volunteers of the year

“Everyone enjoy the benefit of a healthy community,” Sara Snead, Deputy Administrator for Community Services.

Norma Jean Corbin was selected as the Volunteer of the Year; Journey Christian Church was awarded the Organization of the year award; and the Association of the Year award went to the Woodlake Community Association.

Chesterfield County’s Sustain Our Communities Committee (SOCC) conducted successful “Empowering Neighborhood Forums” last month at Manchester Middle School.  Over 100 county residents received a wealth of useful information to assist them with revitalizing their own communities. 

Workshop sessions featured crime prevention, fighting blight, code compliance, aging in place, home owner associations, and increasing curb appeal to prepare your home for sale.  Those in attendance visited many exhibitors whose focus was to educate residents on ways to strengthen and revitalize neighborhoods and communities. 

SOCC also held an awards ceremony celebrating and recognizing the accomplishments of over 16 volunteers and organizations from across the county who work tirelessly to enhance the quality of life in their communities. 

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