Softball Canada Volunteer of the Year: Sherry Maher
Rose Hodgson Volunteer of the Year Award
Sherry Maher (Newfoundland & Labrador) has been named the Rose Hodgson Volunteer of the Year!
Sherry will receive her award at Softball Canada’s AGM in Halifax in November.
Congratulations to Sherry!
Softball Newfoundland & Labrador would like to take this opportunity to Congratulate Sherry Maher on being named the Rose Hodgson Volunteer of the Year!
The Volunteer of the Year Award was first presented in 2008 and Sherry Maher is the first from Newfoundland & Labrador to receive the Volunteer of the Year Award.
Previous Rose Hodgson Volunteer of the Year Award Winners
2010 – Bryan Kosteroski (Saskatchewan)
2009 – Carl Littlejohns (Ontario)
2008 – Linda Petrie (Prince Edward Island)
Information on the Rose Hodgson Volunteer of the Year Award
This award, created by Softball Canada in 2008, recognizes the life and contributions of Rose Hodgson. Rose, who passed away in 2007 having served 9 years as an active Softball Canada Board member, contributed selflessly to the betterment of softball at the local, provincial and national levels. In her over 35 years as a volunteer, she always put players first and would support any initiative that gave them the opportunity to play and reach their dreams, whatever they were.
Nominees for this award can be volunteers from any level of the game. They will have supported the experiences of players through any number of contributions (outside of coaching and officiating where awards already exist). The theme of their nomination will be that they have tirelessly committed themselves to the game. They may have created or improved softball opportunities in their area, or simply added to the enjoyment of the game for those involved in the sport.
The successful candidate will be selected from within the region hosting the Annual Meeting that year. The presentation of the award will be done at the Softball Canada Annual Meeting.
Source: Softball Canada