Angela Boothroyd Named Redmond’s 2018 ‘Citizen of the Year’
Mayor Endicott Names Angela Boothroyd Redmond’s 2018 ‘Citizen of the Year’
City Presents Boothroyd with Key to the City
REDMOND, OREGON – During the State of the City presentation, held Wednesday, April 18, Mayor George Endicott presented Redmond’s ‘Citizen of the Year’ award to Angela Boothroyd. In honor of the award, Mrs. Boothroyd was presented a key to the city.
Angela Boothroyd was honored for her significant and long-lasting service to the community over the past twenty years, making Redmond a better place to live and work.
The Mayor’s ‘Citizen of the Year’ award honors leaders and role models whose contributions to the community have made Redmond a better place.
“Redmond’s real strength lies with the quality of its citizen volunteers whose work builds social connections between government and its residents. We have so many outstanding citizens, selecting one is always difficult,” remarked Mayor Endicott. “Since the late 1990s, Angela Boothroyd has made notable service contributions to Redmond, dedicating much of her time, talent, and passion to its prosperity. Mrs. Boothroyd has served on several non-profit boards, commissions, City Council, re-established the Redmond Social club and founded the Crab Crack event; and continues to be an inspiring role model who demonstrates how one person can make a difference.”