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Darien Community Fund Volunteers honored

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By Randi Weiner/ The Darien Times


The Community Fund of Darien held its 44th annual Volunteer Celebration recently, honoring more than 86 Darien volunteers from 18 local nonprofit organizations.

The fund honored its volunteers "who have generously contributed their time and talent to make a difference," according to a news release about the event. Honorees, who must be Darien residents, were awarded in the following categories by their organizations: Outstanding Adult Volunteer (19 to 64 years), Outstanding Emerging Volunteer (18 years and younger), Outstanding Volunteer Duo and Outstanding Volunteer Team.

The event was sponsored by Brown Harris Stevens, Cross Private Client Insurance, and the Darien Community Association.

Below are the honorees in each category.

Outstanding Adult Volunteer: Carolyn Cavolo, Darien Arts Center; Erin Eblen, The Tiny Miracles Foundation; Sharon Foster Schoen and Jen Hyde, The Den for Grieving Kids; Armel Jacobs and Diane Urban, Coalition of Families for Inclusion; Rosemary Jordan, At Home In Darien; Erin Lumpkin, The Darien YMCA; Michelle Maschoff, Person to Person; Maeve McGovern and Dave Miller, The Mather Homestead; Rob Minicucci, Domus Kids; John O’Brien, The Darien Land Trust; Robert Pascal, The Museum of Darien; Andrew Schau, Building One Community; Vibha Singh, Family Centers; Anne Thomas, A Better Chance; Vail Weymann Vasisht, The Darien Foundation and Li Yang, Darien Book Aid.

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