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Winners announced! Greater Philadelphia Community Service Awards Breakfast.
Please join us for the
19th Annual Greater Philadelphia
Community Service Awards Breakfast
Friday, June 7, 2019
Registration begins at 7:30 a.m. | Program begins at 8:15 a.m.
Hilton Philadelphia City Avenue
4200 City Avenue | Philadelphia, PA 19131
Caron's Annual Greater Philadelphia Community Service Awards Breakfast pays tribute in a tangible and meaningful way to individuals, organizations, and institutions that have made an outstanding contribution in the ongoing battle against alcohol and drug addiction in the community.
Congratulations to this Year's Major Award Winners!
Addiction Professional Award - Troy Jackson, MSS, LSW; Adolescent and Young Adult Advocates
Alumni Award - Kristen H.
Brian H. Early Community Leadership Award - Michael B. Harle, MHS; Gaudenzia Inc.
Community Youth Leadership Award - Max Minnier, Student; Downingtown West High School
Healthcare Professional Award - Michael Steven Cohen, MD; Private Practice & Bryn Mawr Hospital
Legal Professional Award - Laurie J. Besden, Esq.; Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers
Terry Muzzy Educational Excellence Ward - Nicholas Tumolo; Villanova University
Lifetime Achievement Award - The Late John J. Duffy, Jr., Esq.
With the purchase of a table of ten, you will have the opportunity to choose an individual to receive an Unsung Hero Award. Your Unsung Hero will have a brief write-up in the event program and will come up on stage to receive an award during the program.
An Unsung Hero is someone who has gone above and beyond to accomplish great deeds, but often receives little to no recognition for them. This is someone who has given unselfishly of themselves to make a difference in their place of work, school, or the community.
(Please note that they will not have an opportunity to speak.)