For his support of the Arlington Food Assistance Center (AFAC), Andrew Lee will be presented with the Lifetime Service Award by Volunteer Arlington.

The award will be bestowed as part of Arlington Cares, a community-wide celebration of volunteerism, to be held on July 25 at the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association.

“Everything we do at AFAC is a team effort, and I have met some incredible people over the years,” Lee said. “What I enjoy most is the direct interactions with our clients – it has always helped to keep me focused on why I choose to spend my time on such a worthy cause.”

Also at the ceremony, PRS CrisisLink’s volunteers and Sara Santner will be presented with the Distinguished County Service Award; Bloomberg BNA will be honored with the Distinguished Corporate Service Award; Molly Byrne will be presented with the Youth Award; and Betty Ahern will receive the RSVP Award, for support of volunteer efforts targeted at the local senior population.

Volunteer Arlington is run on behalf of the Arlington County government by the Leadership Center for Excellence. For information on its programs and the awards ceremony, see the Web site at www.leadercenter.org.

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jna

Why don't the Limo Liberal Elite who extravagantly use low wage labor pay their employees at least a living wage - $15 / hour?

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