At the Inductee and Volunteer Recognition breakfast on the Gala induction weekend October 10, three of the Antioch Sports Legends hardworking volunteers were given the prestigious Antioch Sports Legends Founder’s Clock award. Each year, one or more volunteers are given the award for their dedication to the ASL program. This year, a surprised Bea and Max Neal were given the award for their years of constant service to the ASL. Max an inductee in the Hall of Fame Class of 2008, has been a regular week end docent and willing helper were needed, the past 7 years. Bea, Max’s wife, has been the reliable “Birthday Card Lady” for the past 7 years. It’s Bea who you can thank for the get well card, sympathy card and birthday card, if you’re kind enough to be a ASL volunteer.Thanks again Bea and Max Neal for your kind support!
Tiffany Lee was also recognized for her volunteering. Tiffany was very helpful in the office this last year, typing up correspondence letters, making forms and perfecting the voter bios format, to name a few of the many ways Tiffany supported the ASL program. Tiffany’s precise and accurate computer skills are as sharp and on target as a 1991 AHS All-American Mark Butterfield first down pass! And they are greatly appreciated! Thanks Tiffany!
If you have a few hours a month to volunteer in the Antioch Sports Legends office, help on any of our committees, or maybe become the next “birthday card lady”, email us by clicking on the above green “contact us” tab on this website. We’re sure you’ll enjoy volunteering with some great people!