NEWARK — Jan Clausing and John Findlay were recently honored with Community National Bank’s “Community Service Award.”
The award was created to recognize remarkable people who give back to the community, making them better places to live, work and grow.
For several years Clausing and Findlay have volunteered countless hours assisting with major renovation projects and the maintenance of the Newark Union Church.
They take care of repairs as needed, help to maintain the electrical system, the antique Round Oak wood stove, and the upkeep of the grounds.
They get the church ready for the annual Old Home Day Festival, sunrise Easter services, weddings, and celebrations of life.
They work closely with Jo Ann Clausing who has also been a longtime volunteer of the church.
Clausing and Findlay are active members of several other organizations.
Clausing is a volunteer at the Lyndonville Welcome Center, a 30-year member of the St. Johnsbury Players, currently serving as Vice President, Newark Supervisor of the Northeast Kingdom Waste Management District, and a board member of Lyndon Rescue.
Findlay is a member of Faith In Action, the Lyndon Historical Society, the Vail Museum at Northern Vermont University-Lyndon, and a board member of the Darling Inn Meal Site.
Community National Bank says they were proud to present Mr. Clausing and Mr. Findlay with the bank’s Community Service Award for the first quarter of 2019.
The bank recognizes recipients by making a $500.00 contribution to a local non-profit organization of the recipient’s choice.
Clausing and Findlay have requested that their donation be made to the Newark Union Church.
For more information about this award and to nominate a deserving neighbor, visit communitynationalbank.com or contact Marketing Assistant Anne Quirion at 802-487-3513 or email@example.com.Are you on Instagram? Cool. So are we. CLICK HERE to follow us for a behind the scenes look at Newport Dispatch.