Winett Receives First-Ever Lifetime Achievement Award From Framingham Cultural Council

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FRAMINGHAM – In this his 12th year on the Framingham Cultural Council, having served one as treasurer, six as clerk, and five as chair, Joel Winett was honored with the first-ever Framingham Cultural Council (FCC) “Lifetime Achievement Award.”

His rich history on the Council along with his active community participation, enabled him to keep the Framingham Cultural Council on track, especially as it transitioned during the COVID 19 pandemic during 2020 and 2021.

Winett rose to the challenge with his wealth of experience and attention to detail.

An avid member of Framingham town and now city programs, Winett has been at the forefront of the Seal Committee and the Cultural District Committee in which he continues to be involved up to the present.

He was a dedicated Town Meeting (TM) member for nearly 43 years, was Moderator from 2006-2008,

Winett chaired the Town Meeting Rules Committee multiple times. He currently continues with his valuable contribution to the City Rules Committee and stays current with the City Council and related government meetings.

His contributions to the Cultural Council and decades of commitment to the community positioned him well for this award.

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