Franklin Tomorrow Board President Tim Murphy presents the President’s Award to Board Member Mike Alexander.
Former longtime Williamson County Commissioner and volunteer Judy Grigsby Hayes was named the recipient of the Anne T. Rutherford Exemplary Community Volunteer Award on Wednesday, July 26, as part of the 11th annual Franklin Tomorrow Exemplary Community Volunteer Awards and Volunteer Spirit Awards, at the Franklin Theatre. Hayes was nominated for the award by Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson and his Chief of Staff Diane Giddens.
Franklin Tomorrow President Tim Murphy presented the President’s Award to Franklin Tomorrow Board Member Mike Alexander for his work with the organization as well as his widespread community involvement with organizations like Brightstone, Franklin Breakfast Rotary, the Williamson County branch of the Better Business Bureau, and P38, a local organization that works primarily with the First Brigade of the 101st Airborne (AASLT) Division at Ft. Campbell, Ky.
Other awards were bestowed during the evening in various categories, as well as the Franklin Tomorrow Business Legacy Award, given to well-known local attorney and community philanthropist Julian Bibb. To learn more about the awards, visit our Website.
Andy Marshall was a Volunteer Spirit Award recipient for his work with Brightstone.
Susan Edenfield was a Volunteer Spirit Award recipient for her work with the Franklin Lions Club.
Ann Logan was a Volunteer Spirit Award recipient for her work with People for Animals.