Award Money Donated to the Blue Hills

Cleaning Meadow Road

Friends of the Blue Hills member and volunteer Jim Lafond-Lewis was honored recently by Blue Hills Bank for being a “Hometown Hero.”  He received a $1,000 check for charity, and he selected Friends of the Blue Hills to receive the donation.  Jim  was one of 11 recipients of the award and will  be featured in a 2014 calendar of Hometown Heroes offered free of charge at any Blue Hills Bank branch.  Jim was chosen for this award for his work on Fowl Meadow, a sensitive wetland that has been designated as an “Area of Critical Environmental Concern” by the state of Massachusetts.

2 Responses to “Award Money Donated to the Blue Hills”

  1. Mary Lewis says:

    Jim, thank you for all your labors of love to help create a space for all people!

  2. Mary Lewis says:

    Jim, thank you for all your labors of love to help create a space for all people! Thank you

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