FRAMINGHAM – The Framingham Senior Heroes Awards program committee announced the 2023 award recipients today, March 31.
This is the third annual Framingham Council on Aging Senior Heroes Awards recognition program.
This year’s recipients are:
William Rabkin – Culture/Arts – Recognized for his efforts with Access Framingham Television Studio teaching Framingham residents all aspects of television production, including filming and editing community event broadcasts.
Margaret Kellv – Social Development – Recognized for her efforts at the BLOCKS Preschool, as well as her many volunteer roles with St. Bridget’s Parish and Framingham History Center.
Norma Shulman – Public Service – Recognized for her efforts and outreach to get out the vote to encourage people of all ages, abilities, backgrounds and cultures to have a voice in our democracy in all areas of Framingham.
Peggy Holland – Health – Recognized for her efforts improving the physical and emotional health of people of all ages and backgrounds at Call2 Talk; First Parish in Wayland’s meals for families program; REACH program for domestic violence; Partakers for women at MCI Framingham; and Literacy Unlimited at Framingham Public Library.
The awards program will be on May 25 at the Callahan Center