On Thursday, Oct. 13, at the Fourth Annual Catholic Community Services of Rockland (CCSR) Dinner at the Casa Mia Manor House in Blauvelt, Bonnie Walsh, an outstanding pro-life activist, was awarded the Community Services award for her numerous achievements, caring, and concern for those needing assistance in our community.
Monsignor Edward Weber, Regional Vicar, and Chairman of the CCSR Board and Pastor of St. Francis of Assisi parish, before a dinner audience of 300 supporters of Catholic Community Services, presented the very prestigious award to Bonnie.
Bonnie was most humble in her grateful acceptance of the award. She related how her years of nursing and experience as Assistant Director of United Hospice of Rockland provided a perfect environment for her to reach out and complement the mission of CCSR. Numerous accolades of Bonnie’s activities were also noted by those in attendance including her husband, Gerry, her family, and many, many friends who wanted to share this special night with a very special person.
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