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The North Branford Rotary is thrilled to announce the recipients of their annual “Service-Above-Self” Community Service Award to three deserving North Branford Residents.  In March of this year the Club reached out to the community for nominations for their annual Service Above Self Award and received a terrific response. 
“We asked the North Branford Community to nominate distinguished individuals who have made an impact through service and helping others in town.  The response was incredible, and we couldn’t be more grateful.” North Branford Rotary Club President, Anne Merola graciously acknowledged the North Branford community and added, “We couldn’t think of a better way to say thank you to distinguished individuals right here in town than to recognize them with an award that symbolizes dedication, compassion and generosity.”  The Club recently announced this year’s award will be presented to Ashley McClain, Kerry Haynes and Mary-Ellen DiLella.  
The North Branford Rotary Club will be awarding the recipients on Thursday June 27, 202 at 6:00 pm, at the Woodwinds in Branford.    Tickets can be purchased in advance by going to www.northbranfordrotary.org, emailing northbranfordrotary@gmail.com or by contacting Rotary Club or by contacting the Service Above Self Chairperson, Melinda Fonda at 203-988-0883. We encourage those who know Ashley, Kerry and Mary-Ellen to join us as we acknowledge them for their distinguished service to the Town of North Branford.


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