SCVNews.com | Zonta SCV has named Alison Lindemann Carmen Sarro Award winner

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On Saturday, May 14, the 37th Women in Service celebration was held at the Zonta Club of the Santa Clarita Valley. The event honored 19 women who worked tirelessly to improve the lives of women and girls at SCV. The winners were nominated by non-profit SCV organizations.

Alison Lindemann, nominated by the Circle of Hope, was selected as the winner of the Carmen Sarro Award for “Improving the Status of Women through Public Works”. This award recognizes and honors the life of Zonta Club member Carmen Sarro, Woman of the Year in the 1985 Santa Clarita Valley, first employee hired by the new city of Santa Clarita in 1987, and volunteer who has had a positive impact on people and organizations. SCV.

Candidates for service in 2022 and the organization that nominates candidates: Caroline Baby. SCV Senior Center; Mariana Söderlind, Carousel Ranch; Linda Cook, Sunrise Rotary Club; Sue Endres, Rotary Club of Santa Clarita Valley; Tracy Hauser, single mother advocacy; Charlene Johnson, Canyon Foundation College; Ian Led, Santa Clarita Aid League; Alison Lindemann, Circle of Hope; Catherine Luhan, Boys and Girls Club in the Santa Clarita Valley; Cheris Moore, WiSH Foundation; Susan Pearsall, American Cancer Society; Debbie Quinton, promoting youth independence; Stephanie Sewell, Soroptimist International of Valencia; Doreen Slater, home tour of the Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital Foundation; Sue Tweddell, Soroptimist International Greater SCV; Debra Wallace, Samuel Dixon Family Health Center; Aida Weinstein, Center for Children and Families, and Sonia Wendt, American Association of University Women.

The celebration took place in downtown Santa Clarita.

For more information on Zonta Club SCV and their programs visit Umbrella with SCV.

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