This community is truly blessed with many faithful and loving volunteers that work hard to make this a better place to live and thrive in.
One such individual is Manny Lugo, nominated by Rebecca Walker: the Compassion Services Manager of the Old Town Mission. He has been a faithful volunteer at the Old Town Mission in Cottonwood for over seven years now. He arrives every Tuesday to head up the lunch crew; preparing, serving, and cleaning up lunch for up to 75 hungry folks. In addition, Manny assists with every special event and program the Mission has, volunteering in the hot summer sun or cold winter with a “soft and loving servant’s heart reaching out to neighbors in need.”
Mr. Lugo has logged approximately 1,200 hours at the Mission, an achievement that is tremendously appreciated through out the community. The Old Town Mission thanks Manny for his “life, leadership, love and service.”
On the beautiful morning of Wednesday October 20, 2010 Mr. Lugo accepted his award on the “Mark in the Morning Show” presented by Supervisor A. G. “Chip” Davis.
If you have an Unsung Hero in mind, please contact DeShannan at Supervisor Davis’ office at (928) 639-8110 or email email@example.com. Each winner will be asked to select a song to be played on the radio, receive a certificate, and have an article put in the local newspapers.
The radio show was simultaneously video taped by the Yavapai Broadcasting Company. The video is available for viewing at www.myradioplace.com.