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Joan Hartt Receives The Salvation Army’s William Booth Award

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Joan-Hartt-AwardSouth Florida Community College District Board of Trustees member and Salvation Army board member Joan Hartt (center) was awarded The Salvation Army’s William Booth Award for her dedication to The Salvation Army’s goals of service to human kind; outstanding service to the community through donation of time, expertise, and energy; outstanding humanitarian effort within the community; and substantial contributions to the work of The Salvation Army in the offering of time, talent, and/or financial resources. The Salvation Army’s Major Mary Holmes (right) and Dr. Michael McLeod, dean, SFCC Adult and Community Education (left), presented the award to Hartt during its annual luncheon Feb. 12. The William Booth Award is one of the highest awards given by the Salvation Army. “I’ve been taught to love The Salvation Army since I was a child,” Hartt said. “I think my father and grandfather would be very proud of me at this moment. This is a big surprise.”

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