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Community Foundation names 'Do Something Great' winners

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DECATUR — The Community Foundation of Macon County has named its 2021 "Do Something Great" award winners.

Those being recognized "uplift our community" through "philanthropy, volunteerism and service to others."

Winners are: 

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  • Evelyn Hood, Award for Excellence in Inclusion, nominated by Rich Hansen, board member of the African-American Cultural & Genealogical Society of Illinois
  • BJ Leonard, Outstanding Young Philanthropist Award, nominated by First Christian Church
  • John Mickler, Award for Outstanding Board Member/Volunteer, nominated by Macon Resources Inc.
  • Jim Neff, Award for Outstanding Board Member/Volunteer, nominated by Millikin University
  • Dr. Isaac Zuniga, Award for Outstanding Board Member/Volunteer, nominated by Macon Resources Inc.
  • Cancer Care Specialists of Illinois, Award for Outstanding Professional Partner, nominated by KerbyStrong
  • Dr. Paul and Shirley Stanley, Award for Outstanding Philanthropic Support of the Arts, nominated by Millikin University
  • Tim Kater/Bob and Tina Rubin, COVID-19 Hero Award, nominated by The Community Foundation of Macon County
  • Tanya Andricks, Award for Nonprofit Professional of the Year, nominated by Crossing Healthcare
  • James and Mary Comerford, Robert and Bev Ketenbrink Community Commitment Award, nominated by Macon Resources, Inc. This award includes $1,000 grant to a nonprofit selected by the honorees

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An awards presentation is planned Aug. 17. 


 
 
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