Rear: Liz Sandeman, Janie Boylan, Nancy Irwin
Front: Susan Holbrook, Chris Allan, Kim Agricola, Anthony Centore, Jack Morrill
Not pictured: Tracey Rogers and Renee Romanowski
Photo by Colleen Sullivan
The Medfield Foundation Opens Nominations for 2019 Volunteer Awards
MEDFIELD, MA, January 3, 2018 – The Medfield Foundation (MFi) is pleased to announce the opening of nominations for its twelfth annual Volunteer Awards. The Volunteer Awards, a Medfield Foundation initiative, celebrates the extraordinary efforts of passionate citizens whose works have made a marked difference in Medfield residents’ quality of life.
The Volunteer Awards are based exclusively on citizen nominations. Since 2008, more than 100 residents have been nominated for recognition. The Medfield Foundation asks Medfield citizens to nominate an exemplary volunteer for consideration in the 2019 Volunteer Awards.
To submit a nomination, please visit: http://bit.ly/MFiVol. All submissions must be submitted by January 31, 2019.
“We are thrilled to celebrate over a decade of recognizing Medfield’s most giving citizens,” says Osler (Pete) Peterson, Medfield Town Selectman and MFi Board Member.
With Peterson, Volunteer Awards co-chairs, John Byrne of Juniper Lane and Linda D’Amore of Indian Hill Road, anxiously await citizen nominations and look forward to celebrating at the Volunteer Awards reception.
The 2019 Volunteer Awards reception will be held on Sunday, March 31, 2019, from 3:00 to 5:00 in the afternoon, at The Center at Medfield, One Ice House Road, Medfield. The Medfield Foundation Board Members welcome attendance by all townspeople and guarantee attendees will be moved and inspired.
Applaud commitment to community. Recognize those who give where they live. Nominate your neighbor today!
Brothers Marketplace and Roche Bros. have generously sponsored the Volunteer Awards this year.
About The Medfield Foundation (MFi)
The Medfield Foundation (MFi) is a volunteer-run, 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable corporation. The Foundation facilitates the raising and allocation of private funds for public needs in the town of Medfield, with a mission to enrich the lives of residents and build a stronger community. Since 2001, the Foundation has raised over $2 m. to benefit the Town of Medfield. To learn more about the Foundation and its initiatives, or how to volunteer or contribute, please visit