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Kathy, Chip Parrill, Friends of Jennings Randolph Lake, to receive 2021 national Enduring Service Volunteer Award

July 21st, 2022 by WCBC Radio

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Baltimore District, Deputy Commander Lt. Col. David Myers will present the Corps Foundation Enduring Service Volunteer Award to Chip Parrill, Friends of Jennings Randolph Lake president, and Kathy Parrill, Friends of Jennings Randolph Lake treasurer, during an award ceremony at Jennings Randolph Lake, July 23, 2022. 

"We invite the public to join us as we honor Chip and Kathy Parrill for their exceptional service to Jennings Randolph Lake and the region. They have made it their duty to develop, support and improve the betterment of Jennings Randolph Lake's natural resource and recreation stewardship missions, while demonstrating the significance of community engagement," said Franny Gullion, park ranger.

Each year, the Corps Foundation presents the Enduring Service Award to a maximum of two individuals from across the nation. It is awarded to those who have dedicated untiring efforts through long-term service and outstanding accomplishments at USACE lakes. This award is intended as a lifetime achievement award for nationwide non-profit organizations dedicated exclusively to supporting the nation's lakes, rivers and surrounding lands.