Congratulations to Richard Chevrefils, the recipient of AARP New Hampshire’s 2018 Andrus Award for Community Service. The Andrus Award is AARP’s most prestigious volunteer award that recognizes an individual 50 years or older who has made an impact in their community through volunteerism and inspiring others.
AARP New Hampshire is now accepting nominations for our 2018 Andrus Award for Community Service, which honors 50+ Granite Staters who are sharing their experience, talent, and skills to enrich the lives of their community members. The Andrus Award is AARP’s most prestigious and visible volunteer award.
Words like passionate, energetic, and innovative spring to the mind of those who have the pleasure of knowing this year’s 2015 Andrus Award for Community Service winner, Sherri Harden. Sherri was born and raised in New Hampshire, hailing from the Granite State’s capital city of Concord.
Born in neighboring Massachusetts, this year’s 2014 Andrus Award winner spent part of his youth “horsing” around……..Which, in translation, means paid work at the Bay State Racetrack in his home town of Foxboro, current home of the New England Patriots!
Born in neighboring Massachusetts, this year’s 2013 Andrus Award winner graduated with a degree in mathematics from Northeastern University, taught high school math for one year, married her college sweetheart, and started traveling the world!
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