Nominations sought for public health service award

The Southborough Board of Health is seeking nominations for their annual Doctor Stone Award for Outstanding Public Health Service to the Southborough Community. The award is given out annually to an individual who has “gone beyond the call of duty to make a significant contribution to the well being of our community.”

The recipient may be a parent, coach, student, teacher, town employee, or any resident who provides outstanding community service to improve the health of the Southborough community. Last year’s award when to Andy Gleckel for his work on Southborough’s Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) and Medical Reserve Corps (MRC).

To nominate an individual, send a letter of recommendation to the Southborough Board of Health, 9 Cordaville Road, Southborough. Letters must be received by noon on Tuesday, April 5.

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