PCS Recognizes Five People With Good Samaritan Awards
MANCHESTER, NH - Pastoral Counseling Services (PCS) honored five individuals for their outstanding service to their communities at Thursday's Good Samaritan Awards celebration.
Started in 1996, the Good Samaritan Awards recognizes compassionate, creative, passionate, and generous people making life-transforming contributions to the health and well-being of others in our local communities. To date, PCS has honored over 115 of these outstanding community leaders.
This year PCS recognized Amy Chhom, an Affordable Housing and community Advocate; Tom & Chrissy Harte, Ambassadors for Make-A-Wish New Hampshire; the Rev. Jed Rardin, UCC Pastor and Justice Advocate; and, Lynn Stanley, the Executive Director of the New Hampshire and Vermont Chapters of the National Association of Social Workers.
The event was held at the Manning House at Brookside Congregational Church.
PCS honored five individuals for outstanding service to their communities at its Good Samaritan Awards celebration. Pictured above are honorees Tom & Chrissy Harte, the Rev. Jed Rardin, Executive Director Calvin Genzel, honorees Amy Chhom, and Lynn Stanley.