Mary Martin Service Award

Do you know someone who's given their all to the community? The Mary Martin Service Award may be for them. Launched in 2005 by the Farmington DDA, the award is given annually to an active, registered committee member or volunteer who has exhibited outstanding service and dedication to Downtown Farmington's Main Street Program.

History

Mary Martin was instrumental in reviving the Farmington Farmers & Artisans Market and in developing the Walter E. Sundquist Pavilion, its new home. The pavilion she helped to create started a new chapter in Farmington's history that her ideas and work embody.

The award is given to an active, registered committee member or volunteer, after a nomination process.  The DDA Board of Directors makes the selection.

How to Nominate

Current DDA Board members, Committee members, and volunteers may nominate a volunteer by completing the nomination form below, submitting details about the nominee's contributions and participation, including time contributed and longevity in the position.

The recipient is recognized at an annual Volunteer Appreciation Celebration in March.

Recipients


 

2018    Chris Halas

2017    Ginny Morris

2016    Melissa Andrade

2015    Valerie Hoffman

2014    Mellissa Flores and MJ Hrutkay

2013    Christopher Barr

2012    Frankie DeBasco

2011    Team Salon Legato

2010    Tammy Dafoe

2009    Larry & Nancy Kilner

2008    Pat Shelton

2007    Scott Freeman

2006    Mary Burck

2005    Mary Martin

Nominate a Recipient

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Please provide a brief description of the person’s contributions. Include information such as the person’s level of dedication to the Farmington DDA’s Main Street Program, number of hours donated, longevity of commitment, variety of areas in which volunteering and/or other significant contributions. If needed, include a separate sheet as an attachment.nts: