Sewickley Herald names Man, Woman, Citizen of the Year
Each year, Sewickley Herald staff members have the difficult task of deciding who to select as our Man, Woman and Citizen of the Year.
As evidenced by the number of nominations we've received, we know there is no shortage of people who do so much for the community and who are deserving of this honor.
Thank you to all who took the time to nominate someone in the community to be considered for our 2013 Man, Woman and Citizen of the Year.
After much consideration, the Herald staff is pleased to announce this year's honorees.
• For his dedication and unwavering support of the Sewickley Valley, Bob Brown has been named the Sewickley Herald 2013 Man of the Year.
Among his contributions to the community are starting the St. James Catholic Church food pantry more than two decades ago. He has been involved with the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Knights of Columbus, the Union Aid Society and Sweetwater Center for the Arts.
• Carolyn Toth has been selected as the Herald's 2013 Woman of the Year.
In her role as Sewickley Public Library director, she has led the facility to achieving high rank among libraries across the state and helped to broaden the appeal of the library in an ever-changing technologically advanced world.
• The Herald's 2013 Citizen of the Year honor is awarded to the Sewickley Memorial Day Committee.
The committee, made up mostly of local veterans, continues to focus efforts of a weekend full of patriotic events by honoring the men and women who have served and do serve in the nation's armed forces.
Join the Herald staff in recognizing our newest set of honorees at the Edgeworth Club, 511 East Drive, for our annual Sewickley Herald honors dinner on April 25.
The cost is $31.50 per person. Cash bar starts at 6 p.m.; dinner follows at 7 p.m.
The dinner menu will include mixed-green salad with berries, pecans and dressed in raspberry vinaigrette; bread and rolls; chicken piccata; garlic mashed potatoes; green beans and carrots; and for dessert, vanilla cheesecake.
Reservations are required no later than April 18 to photographer/staff writer Kristina Serafini at 412-324-1405 or email@example.com.
Checks can be mailed to Sewickley Herald honors dinner, 504 Beaver St., Sewickley, PA 15143.
Checks should be made payable to Trib Total Media.
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