The town's 2008 Citizen of the Year honorees were recognized by Supervisor Carpenter and the Town Board during an award ceremony conducted at
the Pittsford Community Library on Tuesday evening, 4/7.
The Citizen of the Year Award, the town's top honor, is presented annually to an individual, or individuals, whose “hard work, generosity and dedication has improved the quality of life in our community.” Each of this year’s honorees has worked tirelessly and made significant contributions through his/her many hours of volunteer service. Each has shown extraordinary commitment, energy and effort in their particular field or towards achieving a particular goal.
Congratulations to Town of Pittsford 2008 Citizens of the Year:
Lisa Magguilli - Mother of twin boys and two daughters. Pittsford Schools volunteer, Girl Scout troop leader, community charities (Pittsford Food Cupbourd, Saints Place, Elizabeth Ministries, homeless shelter in East Rochester) and has served as Chair of the Saint Louis Church Parish Council.
Elynore Booth - Dear friend to many, benevolent neighbor, and dedicated community volunteer (Saints Place at St. Louis Church, School of the Holy Childhood, Breast Cancer Coalition, Seton Branch at St. May's Hospital), and former board member of St. Mary's Hosptial.
Patrick Mallery - Very active in Pittsford Rotary (past president and adult leader of Interact Clubs in Pittsford Schools), Special Olympics events and multi-year project at Rochester City School #36; retired Kodak.
Pictured left to right:
Lisa Magguilli, Town Supervisor Bill Carpenter, Elynore Booth and Patrick Mallery.
To view the names of Pittsford Citizen of the Year honorees (1987 to present), click here