Community Service Award

Beverly Road

Making a Difference in Mt. Lebo

Each year, the Mt. Lebanon Community Relations Board honors a resident who has volunteered his or her time giving back to the community in ways that make a real difference in the quality of life here and throughout the region.

Nominate a resident for the Community Service Award

About

Each year, the Mt. Lebanon Community Relations Board honors a resident who has volunteered his or her time giving back to the community in ways that make a real different in the quality of life here and throughout the region.

Like previous winners, this year’s winner will be featured in Mt. Lebanon Magazine, honored at a commission meeting and will have his or her name engraved on a plaque that hangs in the municipal building.

The selection criteria for Mt. Lebanon Community Service Award are that the candidate:

     • makes a significant contribution to the community in a volunteer service capacity

     • participates in humanitarian activities that make a difference in the well-being of others

     • has exceptional ethical qualities and strives to improve and preserve the community

     • is an inspirational role model for the Mt. Lebanon community.

One nomination is enough for a volunteer to be considered. Multiple applications will not be weighted more heavily. People who were previously nominated may be re-nominated. Municipal elected officials and staff members are not eligible to participate.

Previous Winners

2022 - Jacinta Synnott
2021 - Chris Heck
2020 - Mary Larsen
2019 - David McKibben
2018 - Peter DiNardo, High School Social Studies teacher
2017 - Harold Hasley
2016 - Robert F. Fischer, Mt. Lebanon Volunteer Fire Department