Kellogg and Service Awards

The Pine Manor community came together for the annual Service and Kellogg Awards ceremony.

SERVICE AWARDS:

Mary Walsh, Director of the Learning Resource Center, was back as master of ceremony, inviting supervisors and colleagues to honor and celebrate staff and faculty and to present Service Awards certificates for their years of dedicated service.At the top of the chart with 20 years of service to Pine Manor were Michelle Ramirez, Professor of Psychology, and Sarah Woolf, Acting Director of the Annenberg Library and Head of Reference and Instructional Services.Last but not least, with 35 years of service, crowned as PMC's Superman, was John Hatch, Director of Grounds and Maintenance.

KELLOGG AWARD:

President Joe Lee was called to present the prestigious Kellogg Award. The president honored the Kellogg family and talked about the special scholarship that was established by the sons of Elizabeth Irwin Kellogg '35, in celebration of her 85th birthday. The Kellogg Award is presented annually to individuals who demonstrate an outstanding contribution to Pine Manor College. This year's recipient of the award is Meg Kearney, Director of the MFA in creative writing program.

Congratulations to all!