WAKE FOREST — Carolyn Cort Griffin is the recipient of the town of Wake Forest’s 2013 Michealle Bozman-Barton Guest Services Volunteer of the Year award.
Office Assistant Jannie Chaffin made the announcement April 25 during the town’s third annual guest services volunteer appreciation luncheon at the Alston-Massenburg Center.
In presenting the award, Chaffin acknowledged Griffin’s willingness to volunteer often and on short notice, along with her contribution of nearly 300 volunteer hours since February 2011.
Approximately 50 volunteers and Wake Forest staff attended the luncheon that also included remarks by Mayor Vivian Jones, Town Manager Mark Williams and local personality Mark Roberts.
The Guest Services Volunteer of the Year award is named in honor of Michealle Bozman-Barton, who was instrumental in establishing the town’s guest services program in 2010 and continues to serve as the program’s volunteer coordinator.
The town of Wake Forest is currently accepting applications from area residents interested in volunteering at town hall. For more information or to download an application, see wakeforestnc.gov/volunteer.aspx.