Faith R. Scarborough Community Service Award
The Community Service Award was established in memory of Faith R. Scarborough, a civic leader who served on the Board of Selectmen from 1978 to 1981 and was active in the Visiting Nurse Association, St. John’s Church, Williamstown Community Chest, and the League of Woman Voters. She was only the second woman in town history to be elected as a selectman and served as chairman in 1980, one year before her death. The award is presented annually to recipients chosen on the basis of “demonstrated integrity, excellence and dedication in community service.”
Previous winners are:
1982, Katharine S. Wyckoff; 1983, Arthur G. Ceely; 1984, Mary E. Winch; 1985, Herbert S. Gordon; 1986, John P. Connors; 1987, Nadine N. Kalt; 1988, Anthony T. Cangelosi; 1989, Mary Anna Kershaw; 1990, James S. Drummond; 1991, Pamela B. Weatherbee; 1992, Henry N. Flynt Jr.; 1993, Robert T. Pleines; 1994, Anita B. Barker; 1995, Richard and Carol De-Mayo; 1996, Helen G. Renzi; 1997, Carolyn P. Behr; 1998, William Dudley; 1999, Mark S. Gold; 2000, David C. Larabee; 2001, Elementary School Building Committee; 2002, Anne R. Skinner; 2003, John A. Agostini; 2004, Deborah Burns; 2005, Peter Mehlin; 2006, Jane B. Allen; 2007, Bruce D. Grinnell; 2008, Samuel and Elizabeth Smith; 2009, Stephen G. Crowe; 2010, Nancy McIntire; 2011, Stephen Pagnotta.