The Senior Volunteer Hall of Fame recognizes and celebrates Chesterfield seniors who have rendered unusual or outstanding services to their community.
It was founded by Dorothy Charles in 1982 through her work with the Senior Council and the Board of Supervisors. It is a program that has grown throughout the years and is well respected in the county. The nominees have ranged in age from 65 to 95 years of age.
To be considered, nominees must:
Be at least 60 years old
Reside in Chesterfield County
Volunteer service may have occurred outside the county
Volunteer service must have been performed after the age of 60
Nominations are being accepted March 1-April 12.
Nomination forms are also available at all Chesterfield County libraries or by calling 804-768-7878. They must be returned to the Office of Aging and Disabilities by 5 p.m. on April 12.