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The Mary Catherine Strobel Virtual Volunteer Awards

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Presented by Hands On Nashville at ONLINE, Nashville TN

Sep 14 - 16 2020
The Mary Catherine Strobel Virtual Volunteer Awards

Join HON on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn to honor this year’s nominees and finalists by sharing their stories of service through written stories and video. Plus they’ll announce the recipients in each award category!

Join an online celebration of volunteers and their incredible impact in Middle Tennessee.

This spring, due to public health concerns, Hands On Nashville postponed the events of 10,000 for 10, including the 34th Annual Mary Catherine Strobel Volunteer Awards. They’d hoped to reschedule the Strobel Awards for September, but, out of an abundance of caution, they have made the difficult decision to cancel the 2020 luncheon. Instead, they’ll celebrate the outstanding volunteers who were nominated in a virtual campaign featuring their stories of service in words and video. Join them on their social media channels the week of Sept. 14, where they’ll share the inspiring stories of this year’s finalists and unveil the six award recipients.

Congratulations to this year’s finalists!

Nashville is full of incredible helpers and HON is honored to help tell their stories at the 34th Annual Mary Catherine Strobel Awards. The finalists in each category are listed below.

Winners will be announced here the week of Sept. 14, 2020!

Capacity-Building Volunteer:  Paige Atchley  •  Sherri Mitchell-Snider  •  Susanne Post

Civic Volunteer Group:  Chicktime  •  Friends Life Community  •  Tennessee Volunteer ChalleNGe Academy

Corporate Volunteerism: Creative Arts Agency Nashville  •  Comcast of Nashville  •  The Surgical Clinic

Direct Service Ages 5-20: Emily Phan  •  Elizabeth Graham Pistole  •  La Rhonda Potts

Direct Service Ages 21-49: Adam Crookston  •  Catharine Hollifield  •  Aidan Pace

Direct Service Ages 50+:  Ellen Wolfe and Copland  •  James Doran  •  Martha Johnson  •  Claudia Prange

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ADMISSION INFO

Congratulations to this year’s finalists!
Nashville is full of incredible helpers and HON is honored to help tell their stories at the 34th Annual Mary Catherine Strobel Awards. The finalists in each category are listed below. View all nominees here. Winners will be announced here the week of Sept. 14, 2020!
Capacity-Building Volunteer:  Paige Atchley  •  Sherri Mitchell-Snider  •  Susanne Post

Civic Volunteer Group:  Chicktime  •  Friends Life Community  •  Tennessee Volunteer ChalleNGe Academy

Corporate Volunteerism: Creative Arts Agency Nashville  •  Comcast of Nashville  •  The Surgical Clinic

Direct Service Ages 5-20: Emily Phan  •  Elizabeth Graham Pistole  •  La Rhonda Potts

Direct Service Ages 21-49: Adam Crookston  •  Catharine Hollifield  •  Aidan Pace

Direct Service Ages 50+:  Ellen Wolfe and Copland  •  James Doran  •  Martha Johnson  •  Claudia Prange

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INDIVIDUAL DATES & TIMES*

Additional time info:

Tune in to find out this year’s recipients!
Monday, Sept. 14
9 a.m.: The Strobel family will kick off the celebration with a special video message honoring this year’s nominees and finalists.

Tuesday, Sept. 15
9 a.m.: They’ll announce the recipient in the Capacity-Building Volunteer category.

11 a.m.: They’ll announce the recipient in the Corporate Volunteerism category.

1 p.m. They’ll announce the recipient in the Civic Volunteer Group category.

Wednesday, Sept. 16
9 a.m.: They’ll announce the recipient in the Direct Service (Ages 5-20) category.

11 a.m.: They’ll announce the recipient in the Direct Service (Ages 21-49) category.

1 p.m. They’ll announce the recipient in the Direct Service (Ages 50+) category.

2 p.m. Wrap-up and thank-yous!

* Event durations (if noted) are approximate. Please check with the presenting organization or venue to confirm start times and duration.

LOCATION

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Online, Nashville, TN 37201

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

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This spring, due to public health concerns, Hands On Nashville postponed the events of 10,000 for 10, including the 34th Annual Mary Catherine Strobel Volunteer Awards. We'd hoped to reschedule the Strobel Awards for September, but, out of an abundance of caution, we have made the difficult decision to cancel the 2020 luncheon. Instead, we'll celebrate the outstanding volunteers who were nominated in a virtual campaign featuring their stories of service in words and video. Join us online the week of Sept. 14, where we’ll share the inspiring stories of this year’s finalists and unveil the six award recipients.

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