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The City of Belmont’s Community Service Award is designed to recognize Belmont residents who have made significant impacts on the quality of life in Belmont.
Do you know a Belmont resident who has given significant service to the community, supported safety efforts and fostered connections in their neighborhood? Or an individual or group who has helped distinguish Belmont as a place for a variety of sports and cultural opportunities for all ages? Nominate someone you know who is making a difference in Belmont for the 2020 Community Service Award!
Nominees should exemplify one or more of the following:
- Exceptional commitment to volunteerism by helping with a special project and/or ongoing activities;
- Unselfish leadership, creativity, cooperation, and hard work in service to others;
- Inspiration to others as a role model;
- Exemplary leadership in civic activities.
Any individual whose volunteer efforts directly benefit the Belmont community is eligible.
Congratulations to Denny Lawhern, Gina Latimerlo, and John Violet winners of Belmont’s 3rd annual Community Service Award!
Denny was nominated and selected for his unselfish leadership, cooperation and commitment to the Belmont community, particularly through his contributions to the preservation of Belmont’s history, being the face and guiding hand of the Belmont Historical Society for nearly twenty years and his tireless dedication to being an active and leader in the community, including neighborhood associations and the Planning Commission. Congratulations, Denny!
Gina is also another deserving winner of our Community Service Award this year, as she has been an active steward of her neighborhood and a champion for Belmont as a whole. Her countless hours of dedication to the betterment of Belmont, creating community and upholding Belmont’s traditions and history have not gone unrecognized! Gina is heralded as a true example of selfless volunteerism and a community advocate. Congratulations, Gina!
John Violet is the epitome of a Belmont public servant and has been selected for his longtime, selfless community service to the City, School District, Belmont Library, and the Belmont community in general. His passionate concern for Belmont’s schools and his extraordinary commitment to civil engagement has contributed indelibly to the betterment of Belmont. John is a good listener and provides calm, thoughtful, confidential and educational counsel on school and city concerns; his leadership and commitment to the Belmont community makes him very deserving of this award. Congratulations, John!
For more information about Belmont’s Community Service Award, please call the Finance Department at (650) 595-7433.
Employees of the City of Belmont are not eligible to be nominated. Individuals cannot self-nominate for this award.