The Prince William County Salvation Army hosted their annual volunteer appreciation dinner in Lake Ridge last week.
During the ceremony, Major George Hackbarth announced that he and his wife Major Robin Hackbarth will be moving to their next post for the Salvation Army and will be leaving Prince William County.
Prince William County Police Department Chief Barry Barnard was the Master of Ceremonies, and spoke about the importance or volunteers and organizations like the Salvation Army.
“There is no way to succeed, except in concert and in partnership with the people who live and serve in the communities in which we want to provide public safety services. Non-profits, service organizations, helping organizations such as the Salvation Army do remarkable work for our communities, on really a daily basis,” said Barnard.
The following are the award winners from the event:
Outstanding Service Award – Patricia Aldas
Doing the Most Good Award – Kris Curling
Bell Ringer Award – Dave Andresko, Manassas Rotary Club
Community Partnership Award – Manassas Mall
Good Samaritan Award – George Brown Sr.
Volunteer Awards – Hylton High School National Honors Society, Grace Lutheran Church, Beehive Indoor Playground, Kiwanis Club of Woodbridge, HomeTowne Auto Repair & Tire, What’s Up Woodbridge (Prince William), Trial Garden Club, Prince William Today, Woodbridge Women’s Club, Woodbridge Rotary Club, Prince William County Chapter of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Triangle Lodge 293, InTotal Health, Bam Bam’s, Genesis Productions, Paychex, Old Bridge United Methodist Church