Harry McLellan receives Volunteer of the Year.

Harry McLellan received the Neil and Gail MacDonald Volunteer of the Year award by the Town of Stratford on July 1, during the Canada Day festivities at Tea Hill Park. The volunteer award acknowledges his contribution to the community with his work with Stratford’s Citizens On Patrol program.

“We have always been impressed with Harry’s dedication to the Stratford Citizens on Patrol initiative,” said Mayor David Dunphy. “We can say that Harry has played a huge role in the success of our Citizens on Patrol program. His leadership and enthusiasm has helped the recruitment of dedicated volunteers for this program.”

In 2008, Constable Tara McBride took the initiative to start the C.O.P. program in Stratford. As an RCMP officer and resident of Stratford, she could envision the program enhancing the safety of the community. She knew the challenge to starting a program would be to find volunteers that were driven, enthusiastic and passionate. Harry McLellan was the first person that came forward and became the backbone of the Citizens on Patrol Program in Stratford.

Volunteers are, and always will be, an essential part of our community. The Volunteer of the Year award acknowledges and rewards a citizen who has made an outstanding volunteer contribution to our community. Those eligible to receive this award include anyone who volunteers within Stratford. The Town of Stratford is very appreciative of Harry’s contributions to the Town and for his part in helping to build the best community possible

 

Harry McLellan receives Volunteer of the Year.

Harry McLellan received the Neil and Gail MacDonald Volunteer of the Year award by the Town of Stratford on July 1, during the Canada Day festivities at Tea Hill Park. The volunteer award acknowledges his contribution to the community with his work with Stratford’s Citizens On Patrol program.

“We have always been impressed with Harry’s dedication to the Stratford Citizens on Patrol initiative,” said Mayor David Dunphy. “We can say that Harry has played a huge role in the success of our Citizens on Patrol program. His leadership and enthusiasm has helped the recruitment of dedicated volunteers for this program.”

In 2008, Constable Tara McBride took the initiative to start the C.O.P. program in Stratford. As an RCMP officer and resident of Stratford, she could envision the program enhancing the safety of the community. She knew the challenge to starting a program would be to find volunteers that were driven, enthusiastic and passionate. Harry McLellan was the first person that came forward and became the backbone of the Citizens on Patrol Program in Stratford.

Volunteers are, and always will be, an essential part of our community. The Volunteer of the Year award acknowledges and rewards a citizen who has made an outstanding volunteer contribution to our community. Those eligible to receive this award include anyone who volunteers within Stratford. The Town of Stratford is very appreciative of Harry’s contributions to the Town and for his part in helping to build the best community possible

 

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