Noble’s Pond Celebrates Community Heroes During May
Celebrating Noble’s Pond Community Heroes
Recently, members of the Noble’s Pond community nominated fellow homeowners who they felt had made a positive impact serving others during the past year.
These acts of kindness for their immediate community and greater community have been exactly what Homeowners needed to help others and bring some good positive actions forward during the pandemic. “2020 was a year that saw so many of our homeowners stepping forth in new and inventive ways to support each other and our community at large. Today we’ll be recognizing individuals and groups whose efforts and generosity made an important impact during a time when we all were facing challenges during the pandemic. As nominated by you, our residents.” Colleen Ostafy, award-winning Lifestyle Director, said at the recent event to honor these Noble’s Pond Heroes.
Here’s a look at some of the individuals whose efforts and generosity made an important impact during the pandemic.
Donna DiStefano & Committee – St. Patrick’s Day Drive Thru
Mary Sabino – Food Bank Donations
Ilene Malpero – Contributions for Essential Personnel
Gail Ferrelli and Nancy Story – Noble’s Pond Food Delivery Service
Mary Johnson – Trail and Hiking Club Events
George Schuler – Holiday Cards for Veterans and Military Families
Isabel Lehnhoff – Halloween Doggie Parade
Marie DeCarolis – Holiday Gifts for Families in Need
Bob Sly – Toys for Tots
John and Joanne Lawson – Legos for Local Children in Hospitals
View our video from the event and meet of the hero homeowners who made a difference for others.
Please call 302-240-4150 if you’d like to speak with the Noble’s Pond team and learn more about the community and our Homeowners’ philanthropic endeavors.