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Awarding Grants and Honoring DNA Members

From the President:

The Board would like to thank each of you who attended this year’s annual picnic. We had a good turnout of members and everyone had a great time.

During the picnic, we presented grants to 21 community nonprofits with funds collected from the 2022 Holiday Tour of Homes and Inns. These grants go to community organizations that have an impact on the greater downtown area, particularly those that help or enrich the residential quality of life. Each application goes through a review process overseen by the DNA Board of Directors which makes the selections. To view the full list of the 21 grant recipients, click here.

We also recognized residents who make outstanding contributions in terms of the beautification of our neighborhood, public service to the community, and volunteerism at its highest level. The membership nominated people for these awards, and we are grateful for your suggestions. This year's recipients:

William "Bill" Stuebe Tree Lawn Award

This year’s honor for best tree lawn goes to Ian and Karen Henderson, located at E Perry and Price St.

Robert "Bob" McAlister Public Service Award

This year’s recipient for Public Service went to Nancy Radke, Steve Mott, Patti Mott, Kristin Fiano, Ric Fiano, Susan Prutzman, Deane Donnigan for their work to address quality of life issues in our community. See photo below.

Hank Reed DNA Volunteer of the Year Award

This year’s recipient for Volunteer of the Year went to Connie Hiott and Kacy Cosentini-Plotycia for the multiple ways they serve our community.

The Board hopes that each of you has a happy and relaxing Memorial Day Weekend.

David McDonald


Downtown Neighborhood Association Savannah, GA Inc.

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