Ennis Volunteer named to top 100 in the nation, small town category
Small Town America Civic Volunteer Award
The Ennis Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that Ennis resident Mary Sedwick has been named to the 2020 lists of Top 100 Volunteers in the Nation for towns of less than 5,000 in population. Small Town America Civic Volunteer Award organization is based in Kansas with a goal of spotlighting “small town heroes”.
In a statement from Sedwick “I am honored to have been selected for this award. Recognition should also be given to the many excellent and hardworking volunteers who make the town of Ennis such a wonderful place to live. In these difficult times volunteerism is desperately needed. Hopefully, this national recognition will encourage others to get involved in the community.”
The Ennis Chamber of Commerce selected Sedwick after receiving nominations from several organizations and individuals from within the Ennis community. Sedwick was first nominated by the Madison Valley Women’s Club Board of Directors. In a statement from Ennis Chamber of Commerce Board President Danica Lewis; “Within our small community there are many citizens who provide much needed volunteer hours and generous commitment to the town. Mary’s leadership is undeniable especially during this year of uncertainty. We are delighted to see one of our own receive this well-deserved national recognition.”
As a top 100 selection Sedwick will receive a Top 100 Certificate and will be able to select one of Ennis’s nonprofit organizations to receive a free website and educational tools to help facilitate their mission. First to third place selections won cash and prizes to support the retention of public service volunteers.