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In the spirit of neighbors helping neighbors, the City of Worthington is honoring 2021 Good Neighbor award winners Ray Lees and Andrea Nadolny whose good deeds have helped others in the Worthington community. Ray Lees was recognized for his outstanding community volunteerism and leadership in Worthington Neighborhood Bridges, which provides opportunities for kindness and support for those in need in our community. Andrea Nadolny was recognized for promoting suicide awareness through a campaign that included educational infographics and resources on display in a number of locations throughout the community, including the Worthington Community Center.
The Worthington City Council and Worthington Community Relations Commission (CRC) recognized the Good Neighbor Award winners at the March 21, 2022 City Council meeting for exemplifying the term “good neighbor” because of their kindness and generosity toward neighbors and the community.
Individuals who make our neighborhoods and our community such a special place to live often go about their good deeds without any special recognition. The Community Relations Commission has presented the Good Neighbor Award each year since 1993 to thank members of the community who promote cooperation and goodwill throughout their neighborhood.
Pictured L. to R.: Eddie Pauline, CRC Chair; Ray Lees; Andrea Nadolny; Glennon Sweeney, CRC Vice Chair. Photo courtesy of Erin Brown.