The Shepherd’s Center of Oakton-Vienna (SCOV) recently hosted their annual Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon at St. Mark Catholic Church where SCOV had the opportunity to thank the many volunteers that play a significant part in the success of the charity’s mission.
The event was supported, in part, by Bright View Senior Living/Great Falls.
The SCOV Pin Award for outstanding service was presented to volunteers Leigh Banducci; Bill Grove; Mary Harrigan; Marta Linares; Scott Schroth; Ann Streb and Jayne Young. In addition, SCOV chose this opportunity to recognize the continued support of Delegate Mark Keam by presenting him with the SCOV Certificate of Appreciation.
(Left to right) Alex Robbins, Congressman Gerald E. Connolly’s Office; Michelle Scott, ED, SCOV and Bill Farrell, SCOV Board Chair. Mr. Robbins presented a Certificate from the US House of Representatives as entered in the Congressional Record in recognition of the 20th Anniversary of the Shepherd’s Center of Oakton-Vienna.
Pictures at top: (Center) Michelle Scott, Executive Director SCOV and cast members from the afternoon’s entertainment provided by Vienna Singing Princesses.
Photos courtesy of SCOV