Glen Ellyn Community Awards

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When:

Tuesday February 11, 2020

5:30pm – 8:00pm

Where:

The Abbington Distinctive Banquets

3 South 002 Route 53, Glen Ellyn

Details:

5:30 pm Reception & Cash Bar

6:30 pm Dinner & Awards

Cost:

$35 per person

$240 table of 8

Event Description:

The Glen Ellyn Community Awards is a chance for the community to say THANK YOU to all the hard working public servants, teachers who are educating our children, employees who give 100%, storefronts that go the extra mile in customer service and all the amazing residents, both young and young at heart, who volunteer so much of their time and talents to make Glen Ellyn a wonderful community to live, learn, work, dine, shop & play for all.  

Categories are:

Civic

  • Firefighter of the Year
  • Library Employee of the Year
  • Park District Volunteer of the Year
  • Police Officer of the Year
  • Village Employee of the Year

Community

  • Non-Profit of the Year
  • Restaurant of the Year
  • Retail Business of the Year
  • Service Industry Business of the Year

Education

  • D41 Educator of the Year
  • D87 Educator of the Year
  • D89 Educator of the Year
  • Youth of the Year

Service

  • Stuart S. Stone Citizen of the Year
  • Paul Herwaldt Senior Citizen of the Year

Past Award Gallery

The 55th Community Award Gallery
The 54th Community Award Gallery
The 53rd Community Award Recipients
  • Citizen of the Year – Stuart S. Stone
  • Distinguished Service Award - Bunny Anderson & Iryl Tortorella
  • Educators of the Year District 41 – Michelle Spratt
  • Educators of the Year District 87 – Rick Letmanski
  • Educators of the Year District 89 – Linda Perlini
  • Firefighter of the Year Clare Doran
  • Library Employee of the Year – Laurie Gornik
  • Non-Profit of the Year – Career Vision
  • Park District Volunteer of the Year – Don St. Clair
  • Police Officer of the Year – Detective Kyle Duffie & Detective Jermiah Schmidt
  • Restaurant of the Year – Main Street Pub
  • Retail Business of the Year – Olive ‘n Vinnie’s
  • Paul Herwaldt Senior Citizen of the Year – Joe Vanest
  • Service Industry Business of the Year – Dog-N-Scrubs
  • Village Employee of the Year – Robert Minix
  • Youth of the Year – Melissa Loconte