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  • Vote NOW for - 2019 Hartland Living Volunteer of the Year

    Below are the nominations for the 2019 Hartland Living Volunteer of the Year. Voting ends September 17th. Only one vote per voter is allowed. Voting is not anonymous (your email address verifies your one vote).
    The winner of the Hartland Living Volunteer of the Year award will be decided by equal votes from Hartland’s Partners in Progress (Hartland Area Chamber of Commerce; Hartland Consolidated Schools; Cromaine District Library; Hartland Township), and from the public voting ONLINE.

    The Volunteer of the Year will be honored and recognized at the Hartland Township State of the Township Address at Emagine Theatre on October 7, 2019 at 4pm.
    Please read the nomination information about each candidate and cast your vote at the end. Thank you!
    Voter's Name:
    1) Nominee: LARRY CIOFU
    Local Community Organization(s) or Events for Which Nominee Volunteers: Hartland Lions Club, Memorial Day Parade, Community Council, Winterfest, Hartland Township Clerk, President of Livingston County Municipal Clerks Association.
    Why does LARRY CIOFU deserve to be the Hartland Living Volunteer of the Year 2019? Larry is one of the most friendliest, most compassionate person I know. Everyone knows Larry around town from back when he was an owner of Hartland Pizza! People are always commenting how they miss his restaraunt and food. Larry goes above and beyond for everyone and everything he is involved in. Larry is deeply dedicated to the community of Hartland. He plays an active roll in Hartland. He is always offering help. Larry is always the first to show up at the Memorial Day Parade and Winterfest. He is also the very last one to leave too.
    2) Nominee: KAREN QUINN
    Local community organization[s] or events for which nominee volunteers: Hartland Volunteers, Hartland High School Food Pantry, Hartland Soup, Creekside PTO
    Why does KAREN QUINN deserve to be the Hartland Living Volunteer of the Year 2019? Karen founded Hartland Volunteers, a local group that volunteers to do yard work for those in need in the community. She organizes families to come together and help, not only benefiting those in need, but helping to teach the importance of volunteerism to our future generation. She also helps set up and run Hartland Soup events. Karen can always be found volunteering at various school events throughout the year, whether it be as a teacher or a parent at Creekside and HMS or the High School. She is always a friendly face when you see her, and has truly dedicated herself and her family to help better the Hartland community.
    3) HELEN BOESCH
    Local community organization[s] or events for which nominee volunteers: Hartland High School Band and Choir
    Why does HELEN BOESCH deserve to be the Hartland Living Volunteer of the Year 2019? Helen has given countless hours managing, coordinating, distributing, collecting, repairing and cleaning over 250 band members marching and concert attire (over 4,250 uniform items and over 250 choir concert attire - over 2000 pieces). She has done this for four years winning the hearts of all the adults and students involved with the program. There is no way to accomplish all that she has done for the band program in regards to presenting our students outstanding appearance for all their performances without Helen's contribution.
    4) Nominee: STEVE MAJORS
    Local community organization[s] or events for which nominee volunteers: Hartland Robotics Board President, First Robotics Volunteer, Hartland Robotics FLL Lead, First of Michigan Volunteer, Farms LEGO Club Lead
    Why does STEVE MAJORS deserve to be the Hartland Living Volunteer of the Year 2019? When Steve’s son attended Farms Intermediate school there was not a Robotics team available. He started Team 1807, The Rising Eagles, in his basement and within a couple seasons the team advanced to the Worlds competition. As a coach and mentor, his patience and enthusiasm has spread. His passion for exposing as many students as possible to STEM opportunities, through Robotics, has been pivotal to the students in our community. Farms Intermediate has a record 9 robotics teams competing this season, all 3 Robotics teams are at full capacity at Ore Creek and the High School team has immensely expanded the student’s experience and opportunities. Steve dedicates COUNTLESS hours to developing and advancing the STEM opportunities to hundreds of Hartland students each year. Our community is just that much better because of his commitment to creating and building these volunteer driven programs that were not in place 5 years ago.
    5) Nominee: KELLY MCINTYRE
    Local community organization[s] or events for which nominee volunteers: The Harland Players/ Encore Youth Theater
    Why does KELLY MCINTYRE deserve to be the Hartland Living Volunteer of the Year 2019? Kelly is the hardest-working person I know. She devotes all her waking hours making Hartland a better place. Honestly, I don't know how she gets any sleep. She is the President of the Board of Directors for The Hartland Players.
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    Thank you for your vote!
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