Cheryl Jogger of SoWAshCo CARES and Sue McKeown of South Washington County Schools Community Education received Community Service Leaders awards at the Sept. 7 Cottage Grove City Council meeting. Photos courtesy of City of Cottage Grove
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Community Service Leaders receive recognition

 

By Dan Solovitz

Local residents Cheryl Jogger and Sue McKeown received Recognition to Community Service Leaders awards at the Cottage Grove City Council meeting on Sept. 7 for their community work.

City of Cottage Grove Marketing and Communications Specialist Julie Prior- Miller introduced the award recipients, saying, “Cheryl Jogger is the founder of SoWashCo CARES, and Sue McKeown is a Youth Programs Manager for South Washington Schools Community Education. We’re recognizing them both tonight because of their dedication and commitment to our students and families in Cottage Grove. Not only have residents benefitted from their tireless effort and dedication and passion, we as a city have also benefitted.”

The plaques read, “In appreciation for your service and dedication to our community.”

Mayor Myron Bailey commented, “We really think it’s important to make sure you know how much we appreciate all of the work that you do to make this community an amazing place.”

Cheryl Jogger of SoWAshCo CARES and Sue McKeown of South Washington County Schools Community Education received Community Service Leaders awards at the Sept. 7 Cottage Grove City Council meeting. Photos courtesy of City of Cottage Grove

September 14, 2022