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Lucy Dolan and Jack Boyce receive Project Community’s Fazzino Award of the Heart

Editor’s note: This announcement was provided by Project Community. The Pelham Examiner publishes announcements in the form received as a service to the community.

From left, Erica Wolf, board member of Project Community; Lucy Dolan and Jack Boyce, award recipients.

They say that those who can, do. And those who can do more… volunteer.

Project Community is proud to announce the 2023 recipients of the prestigious Fazzino Award of the Heart: two hardworking volunteers Lucy Dolan and Jack Boyce, both 11th graders. They were presented with this Award at the Color Run.

The Project Community Charles Fazzino Award of the Heart is named in honor of the international pop artist whose sensitivity to community needs has made him a valued friend of Project Community for over 35 years.

The award recognizes leadership through creativity, community spirit and teamwork in the support of the innovative programs that offer practical choices for the mental health of children, teens, adults and their families.

President Biden recently awarded Charles Fazzino the Department of the Navy Superior Public Service Medal for his support of the Marine Corps Toys for Tots program.

Congratulations to Lucy and Jack !

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