HARRELSON RECEIVES 2020 CHRISTMAS STAR AWARD
The City of Johnsonville has recognized Randy Harrelson as an outstanding citizen with the annual Christmas Star Award.
Harrelson was nominated by City Councilman Jamie Altman. “I nominated him for all of the years he has unselfishly donated his time an efforts to help with multiple fund-raisers,” commented Altman. “Randy is truly a community minded person,” he added.
Regularly participating in the cooking contest at the annual Heritage Festival and volunteering to cook at the annual police department fund-raiser, Randy Harrelson is well-known around Johnsonville for his cooking skills and love for the community.
Johnsonville Mayor Johnny Hanna presented the Christmas Star Award to Harrelson before the Johnsonville Christmas Parade on Saturday, December 5.
The City of Johnsonville presents the Christmas Star Award annually to recognize a local citizen or organization for outstanding service to the community. Previous recipients are: Randolph Willis (2008), Mildred Hughes (2009), Eugenia Cossaboom (2010), Fearless Dunahoe (2011), Carl Skinner (2012), Dale Strickland (2013), Jackie Stasney (2014), Johnsonville First Baptist Church (2015), Edie Cain (2016), Peter Knoller (2017), the Johnsonville Festival Committee (2018) and Robert Hirst (2019).