Community Inspiration Award presented to Linda Nuzum
Master Association’s first Community Inspiration Award presented to 13-year resident Linda Nuzum
To a packed house at Duke’s Restaurant on March 10, Castle Pines North Master Association President Steve Labossiere presented the association’s first Community Inspiration Award to 13-year resident Linda Nuzum.
“Linda exemplifies the essence of this award,” said Labossiere, “and I cannot think of a more deserving person to be the first recipient. She is a true gift to our community and greatly affected my life and the lives of many others in our community.”
According to Labossiere, the board chose Nuzum because of her dedicated service and commitment to the Castle Pines community. “Her efforts have truly enhanced our neighborhoods and our way of life in too many ways to list. Over the years, through countless hours of volunteer service and leading by example, Linda inspired many others to serve and is always ready to lend a hand whenever a volunteer, or our community, needs her,” he said. She is a true inspiration.
The Castle Pines North Master Association Board of Directors established the “Community Inspiration Award” to recognize the valuable contributions of volunteers who have strengthened our community and to thank those whose efforts have inspired others to serve.