CELEBRATING OUR COMMUNITY AND THE CLASSROOM
In 2002, the Greenfield Central School Foundation Board of Directors created two awards to recognize adults who set a good example and display positive role model leadership in education and the community.
The education award was named after the founding father of Set A Good Example Foundation (SAGE) and former principal at Greenfield-Central High School, Robert Albano. The community award was named after Dr. Todd Kaminski, a Greenfield dentist, who also helped found SAGE and served on the SAGE and GCSF Board of Directors for 25 years.
In 2016, the Board created another award to recognize an individual, business, or organization who has made an extra effort to promote and support the work of the Foundation and School Corporation. This award was named after the first Executive Director, Myra Bleill, in recognition of her efforts in laying a solid foundation for our organization.
2018: Sara Houston & Jill Slinker (Education), Retta Livengood (Community), Dan Strahl (Friend of the Foundation)
2017: Jim Bever (Education), Dave Berard (Community), Ty Wooten (Friend of the Foundation)
2016: John Rihm (Education), Denna Gundrum (Community), Susie Broome (Friend of the Foundation)
2015: Kristin Fewell (Education) and Dianne Osbourne (Community)
2014: Ruth Ann Monaghan (Education) and Dr. Linda Zimmermann (Community)
2013: Mary Evers (Education) and Scott Kleine (Community)
2012: Connie Reder (Education) and Jeff Harris (Community)
2011: Steve Burt (Education) and Carmen Wilson (Community)
2010: Pam and Joey Johnson (Education) and Kim Clark (Community)
2009: Mark Holzhausen (Education) and Denise Arland (Community)
2008: Kathy Dowling (Education) and Nancy King (Community)
2007: Ann Vail and G-CCSC Social Workers Terry Miller, Susan Nichter, Scott Stroud and Christy Harpold (Education) and Scott Getzin (Community)
2006: Don Rickett (Education) and Wayne Addison (Community)
2005: Dr. Gary Clinkenbeard (Education) and Nancy Alldredge (Community)
2004: Larry McBride (Education) and Pat Parker (Community)
2003: Steve Bryant (Education) and Darren Turner (Community)
2002: Ann Vail (Education) and Terry Ann Beagle (Community)