The Pennington Community Service Award was initiated in 2011 as a way of recognizing an individual in Rolling Greens who exhibited the Pennington family spirit of community involvement. An individual who has gone above and beyond the norm when it comes to service to the residents of our community.This prestigious award is presented each year at the April RGHOA membership meeting. Previous winners include Kaye Loper, Art Nash, Linda Lee Krebs and Mike Critchfield.
In February each year an announcement goes out soliciting nominees for the award. A request is made for a composition not to exceed 500 words outlining the accomplishment and involvement of the nominee. These compositions are returned to the project coordinator who duplicates all entrees and passes them along to the judges. Those judges include the Presidents of the Midwest Club, New York Club, New England Club, Rolling Greens Volunteer Fire Dept. and the Rolling Greens Homeowners Association. Each President or their designated individual is asked to totem pole the entrants indicating their first choice, second choice, third choice, etc. and return those results to the project coordinator. These results are then tabulated and the award is presented at the April RGHOA meeting.
Pennington Community Service Award
This year’s Pennington Community Service Award winner, Bob Senge, is one of those people who seems to be everywhere at the same time. Whether he’s making the morning coffee in the Community Center or comforting a frightened resident who called him in the middle of the night, Bob is there lending a hand or his considerable expertise to the situation.
Bob has served the community as President of the HOA and as dishwasher in the kitchen when needed. Recently the Benevolent Fund chairpeople asked for volunteers and Bob was first in line to offer help. His community involvement is so extensive it’s difficult to outline it all. From starting water volleyball and ping pong to serving as President of the Midwest Club, becoming the go to person for the Auditorium audio-video system, initiating the Friday Happy Hour, and operating the community “eBlast” system, Bob has done it all.
One thing that distinguishes Bob is his can do “Let’s get it done” attitude. This has served him and the residents well.
We offer sincere congratulations to Bob and a profound appreciation for all he does for Rolling Greens Mobile Home Community.
Bob joins Kaye Loper, Art Nash, Linda Lee Krebs, Mike Critchfield, Judy Snyder and Rose Tan as recipient of this prestigious award.
Pennington Community Service Award Winners
2017: Bob Senge
2016: Rose Tan
2015: Judy Snyder
2014: Mike Critchfield
2013: Linda Lee Krebs
2012: Art Nash
2011: Kaye Loper