Governor Scott and Volunteer Florida Present Champion of Service Award
TAMPA, Fla. – Today, during a meeting of the Florida Cabinet at the Florida State Fair, Governor Rick Scott and Volunteer Florida Chief Executive Officer Vivian Myrtetus awarded Dave and Sue Moulton with the Volunteer Florida Champion of Service Award, Florida’s official statewide volunteer recognition.
Governor Scott said, “I applaud the commitment of Dave and Sue to serve our communities and state parks. It is an honor to present them both with the Volunteer Florida Champion of Service Award today.”
Volunteer Florida CEO Vivian Myrtetus said, “Volunteer Florida is proud to recognize Dave and Sue for their continued leadership and service. We are grateful for the opportunity to recognize the countless hours they have spent supporting our state parks in the Hillsborough County area.”
About the Champion of Service Awardees:
Dave and Sue Moulton serve as volunteer recruiters and coordinators with the Florida Parks Service at Hillsborough River State Park. Dave and Sue focus on recruiting, training, and coordinating activities for volunteers at the park and have led the completion of multiple projects, implemented innovative solutions within the park’s budget, and utilized the skill levels of the volunteer workforce. Together, Dave and Sue have served more than 10,000 hours over 11 years in a variety of positions, including campground hosts and maintenance coordinators at Hillsborough River State Park.
Volunteer Florida is the Governor’s lead agency for volunteerism and national service in Florida, administering more than $32 million in federal, state, and local funding to deliver high-impact national service and volunteer programs in Florida. Volunteer Florida promotes and encourages volunteerism to meet critical needs across the state. Volunteer Florida also serves as Florida’s lead agency for volunteers and donations before, during, and after disasters. For more information, visit: www.volunteerflorida.org.