Stacy McNally & Ian McNally
The Monarch volleyball team is home to John Marshall High School
in Glen Dale, W.Va. They have three different teams including
freshman, junior varsity, and varsity. The John Marshall High
School athletic teams are part of the Ohio Valley Athletic
Conference, one of the largest high school athletic conferences in
the county. They are led by their coach, Stacy McNally, who
has also worked to expand youth volleyball programs in the
Betsy Frohnapfel & Don Mason
Formed in 1835, the Marshall County Commission focuses on the
betterment of the county through expansion of infrastructure,
economic development, and special projects to benefit the many
communities in the county. Betsy Frohnapfel has served
as the county administrator for the past 15 years. Her
goal as administrator for the County Commission is to work to help
them do their part in making Marshall County a better place to
The Community Foundation of Westmoreland County (CFWC), an
affiliate of The Pittsburgh Foundation, works to safeguard the
well-being of the local community by supporting an array of
charitable programs operated by Westmoreland County's nonprofit
organizations. In 2012, CFWC provided more than $500,000 in
grants to nonprofit programs serving the areas of Basic Needs,
Education, Arts & Culture, Neighborhoods & Communities,
Health & Well-Being, and Conservation & Economic Growth in
order to address community needs and help build a better
Established in 1947, the Blacksville Volunteer Fire Department
is comprised of 25 volunteers that respond to fires and other
emergency hazards in the Blacksville, W.Va. area.
Additionally, there are many other volunteers that support the
department throughout the year with various fundraising
efforts. Bob Brookover serves as the Chief of the Blacksville
Volunteer Fire Department, and has been a member for many
The Strand Theatre Preservation Society was established for the
purpose of restoring the historic Strand Theatre to its original
grandeur. They have accomplished their goal of restoring and
reopening the theater in an effort to provide the Moundsville area
with a facility to house all expressions of the arts. David Knuth
serves as the Board President of the Strand Theater Preservation
Society, and has been an active part of the organization since its
establishment more than 12 years ago.
The Clay-Battelle Band is comprised of middle school and high
school students from Clay-Battelle Middle-High School in
Blacksville, W.Va. Led by their band director, Mr. Thomas
Moore, the band has grown from seven students to nearly
fifty. Through Mr. Moore's leadership, the band
received a stellar performance ranking at their regional
competition and their efforts helped revive music and the arts in
Established in 1953, the Marion County Chamber of Commerce has
assisted businesses with everything from getting started to finding
innovative ways to grow and succeed. Through the years, the chamber
has expanded its focus to include education, economic development
and our county's political future. Based in Fairmont, W.Va.,
Tina Shaw serves as their executive director and is a tireless
advocate for promoting business and community in Marion County.
Tessie Amaranto & Pat Dietrich
The American Red Cross exists to provide compassionate care to
those in need. Our network of generous donors, volunteers and
employees share a mission of preventing and relieving suffering,
here at home and around the world, through five key service areas:
Disaster Relief, Service to the Armed Forces, Blood Services,
Health and Safety Services and International Services.
The Marshall County Office of Emergency Management (OEM) is
tasked with coordinating response to disasters and other major
emergencies across the county. Led by Tom Hart, their staff
monitors all hazards and emergencies and oversees countywide
emergency response plans. When Tom isn't working to keep the
citizens of Marshall County safe, he serves his community as a
member of the Cameron City Council, and coaches several sports
teams at Cameron High School.
The mission of Waynesburg & Beautiful represents a community
endeavor to preserve, and revitalize our historic downtown area as
we cultivate a heightened public awareness of the educational,
cultural and historical opportunities and convenience in shopping
associated with visiting the Main Street area.
Judy Painter, Colleen Fulkerson and Peggy Beam Gelly
Executive Director, Special Events Coordinator
The Epilepsy Foundation of Western/Central Pennsylvania's
mission is to stop seizures and find a cure for the disease.
Guy Kuzak and Ron Aiello
The Washington County Regional SWAT team serves Washington
County and is a standby to neighboring counties. The department has
been active for four years, and has nearly 40 volunteers.
David Deitrich, David Stockdale and Jim Flory
Asst Chief and President, Chief, Firefighter
The Morris Township Volunteer Fire Department responds to about
300 calls a year in Washington County, providing fire, rescue and
emergency medical services.
Tina Massari and Jeanne Caliguiri
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Western PA and WV
Chapter's efforts help provide support for patients, families and
Neill Andritz and Ken Kaminski
President, Race Director
The Roaring Run Watershed Association is a group dedicated to
conserving and protecting the watershed and providing recreational
opportunities for all.
David Hildebrand and Carol Hildebrand
Chief, EMS Crew Chief & VFD member
The Claysville Volunteer Fire Department responds to an average
of 700 calls a year, providing fire, rescue and emergency medical
Dennis Gilfoyle and Sarah Murtha
President, Senior Events Manager
The Junior Achievement of Western Pennsylvania help give young
people the skills they need to own their economic success, plan for
the future and make smart academic and economic choices.
Jennifer Miller and Deana Pastor
Development Director, Web & Program Director
The Westmoreland County Food Bank help serve over 7,000
disadvantaged families each month and make a difference in the
fight against hunger.
Emma Borchiesi and Maxine Borchick
Member of St. Ann's and Church Secretary, St. Ann's Catholic Church
Church serving local residents through soup kitchen.
Assistant Chief, Franklin Twp Fire Department
CONSOL contributed funding for a training facility.
Mike Surbaugh, Amy Franz, Eddie Lockman, Noreen Lockman and Maddy Lockman
Boy Scouts of America Greater Pittsburgh Council
Youth organization providing character development and
values-based leadership training. CONSOL has contributed in various
ways for several years.
Lieutenant, Cecil Township Police Department
CONSOL provided funding for a rescue dog. Cecil Township PD
serves Canonsburg and surrounding area.
Beth Ann Howard and Paul Lemasters
President and Representative, Cameron EMS
Serving CONSOL Ohio Valley Operations and surrounding
Jim Sadler and Ron Moreau
Former Chief, Current Trustee and Secretary, Indiana Fire Association
Serving CONSOL Indiana Gas Operations and surrounding area.
Greene County 4-H Educator
Youth organization encouraging community involvement, life skill
projects, school enrichement programs and goalsetting.
Shawn Teets and Ross Peek
Volunteer Firefighters and EMTs, Monongah Fire Department
First responders to CONSOL Northern West Virginia Operations and
Director of Program Development, The Challenge Program
Various school contributions made by CONSOL Energy to fund
school program encouraging excellent grades and attendance. CONSOL
supports schools in PA and WV.
Mary Bates and Shirley Fierro
CLO, Director of HR and Resident Services, Washington City Mission
Faith-based organization providing critically needed goods and
services to homeless, poor, and needy of Southwestern PA with
full-recovery programs, life skill equipping, and legal clinic.
Community Fdt. of Greene County
The Community Fdt. Of Greene County's mission is to enhance the
quality of life in Greene County by attracting, managing and
distributing charitable resources
Habitat for Humanity
Greene County Habitat for Humanity is a non-denominational
Christian ministry working in parntership with the community and
our future homeowners, to provide decent, affordable, and safe
housing for those in need. We believe that not only is family
strength supported and improved by the quality of living
conditions, but the community as a whole benefits as well.
John Humble and Neil Canan
Waynesburg Lions Club
Just a few of our many projects: Eye Research, Supply glasses
and hearing aids to the needy, select high school senior girl and
boy of the month and year, all day July 4th celebration with a
giant fireworks display viewed by 10,000 and more, Lions Community
Park with 3 pavillions, state of the art playground, Halloween
Parade. Projects are funded by gifts, broom and Christmas
tree sales, gigantic nut and candy sales at the Christmas season,
and a Lions Golf tournament
Allegheny County Parks Fdt.
This parks foundation in charged to preserve and improve the
nine county parks through projects and programs in each park over
time, fundraising, public private partnerships, and volunteer
Jan Caldwell and David Balint
Corner Cupboard Food Bank
The Corner Cupboard Food Bank serves the needy of Greene county
by distributing food and grocery products and educating the public
about solving the problems of hunger and homelessness
Center Twp. Fire Department
Serving Center Twp. and surrounding areas.
Asst. Chief Clayton Murphy
Washington Fire Department
Serving Washington and surrounding areas.
Vice President, Institutional Advancement, Western PA Conservancy
The Western Pennsylvania Conservancy has been enriching your
relationship with the natural world since 1932 by conserving water,
land and life, protecting the region's natural places of
exceptional value, helping to establish ten state parks, preserving
Frank Lloyd Wrights masterpiece Fallingwater, planting and
maintaining 140 gardens in 20 counties and partnering with
grassroots organizas in Pennsylvania.
Jeff Burks Mascara
Southwestern PA Human Services
The mission of Southwestern Pennsylvania Human Services, Inc. is
to identify and provide for health and social service needs
throughout the southwestern Pennsylvania region. Southwestern
Pennsylvania Human Services, Inc. has been providing a wide variety
of human services to individuals and families throughout Fayette,
Greene, Washington and Westmoreland counties for over 45 years.
Today, the SPHS system includes child care, aging programs,
family planning services, primary and pediatric health care, mental
health treatment and care, substance abuse treatment, home health
care, nutrition services, and family support services.
Greater Pittsburgh Literacy Council
One in seven adults cannot read a job application or book to
their child. Greater Pittsburgh Literary Council offers free
instruction with reading, math, computers, English and GED
preparation so men and women can become better workers, better
parents and better neighbors. GPLC students earn their GED
certificate, enter college, get better jobs and help their own
children in school. Literacy instruction transforms lives,
strengthens families, and helps create a vital community for us
Chief Larry Helms and Lieutenant Steve Rogers
Wheeling Fire Department
The City of Wheeling Fire Department is most proud of our
community service in public service training. We provide CPR, AED
and First Aid training which reached over 1200 citizens last year.
Our Bureau of Fire Prevention reached over 1500 persons last year
in the areas of home safety, high-rise residents and fire
extinguisher training. The City of Wheeling Fire Department is not
only committed to keeping their members safe, but the citizens as
Barbara Murphy, Shiela Cowieson and Jim Proudfit
United Way of Washington County
United Way of Washington County has served the Washington County
community since 1925. United Way brings together local volunteers,
businesses and charities to identify the fundamental conditions in
people's lives that create need in our community. In 2011
United Way of Washington County invested $758,000 in local
charities. Among the 47 local charities we help to fund are:
Washington City Mission, Washington Women's Shelter, Greater
Washington County Food Bank, SW PA Literacy Council, Catholic
Charities, CASA for Kids.
Chief Geno Guerrieri and Mayor Jesse Corley
Whitehall Police Department
The White Hall Police Dept. protects and serves the citizens and
businesses of White Hall, WV. The Police Dept. is involved
with Community Policing. Working togehter with the citizens
and businesses of White Hall makes it easier for the Police Dept.
to perform their duties. The Police Dept. works closely with the
businesses to insure their safety and concerns.
Bob Eriksen and Ray Smith
Conservation Field Supervisor for PA and District Field Supervisor for PA, National Wild Turkey Federation
The mission of the NWTF is "The conservation of the wild turkey
and the preservation of our hunting heritage. We promote our
conservation mission by creating partnerships with companies,
private landowners, govt. agencies and othetr conservations groups
to create and improve wildlife habitat, open new lands for public
recreation and help create further enjoyment of the outdoors in
Pennslvania and all accross the U.S.
Kristen Holloway and Amanda Thompson
Operation Troop Appreciation
Operation Troop Appreciation is a 100% volunteer 501 c
non-profit dedicated to members of our Armed Forces serving and
sacrificing for our country. By providing them with "wish list"
items that contribute to their morale, we present a united front to
our deployed military by supporting them as individuals, for every
one of them
Roseann Teramana and Irene Harvey
Black Diamond Girl Scout Council
Girl Scouting builds girls of Courage, Confidence and Character
who make the world a better place. The Discovery and Dreams
program served over 400 at risk girls throughout the Ohio Valley
from K-12. Treaching them to discover themselves and the
world, Connect with others in the community and Take Action to make
the world a better place.
Mike Zagata and Tracy Green
Ruffed Grouse Society
Established in 1961 the Ruffed Grouse Society (RGS) is the one
international wildlife conservation organization dedicated to
promoting conditions suitable for ruffed grouse, American woodcock
and related wildlife to sustain our sport hunting tradition and
Tessie Amaranto and Donna Pacella
American Red Cross
The American Red Cross, a humanitarian organization led by
volunteers, provides relief to victims of disaster and helping
people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies. Responds to
approximately 600 disasters per year, assist affected families with
immediate needs for food, clothing and shelter. We train more than
90,000 individuals yearly in lifesaving skills. We collect and
supply vital blood products, and support military families
coping with deployment of loved ones. The American Red Cross is
where people mobilize to help their neighbors-across the street,
across the country, and across the world-in emergencies.
Dan Snider and Amber Snider
Althetes Serving Athletes
Athletes Serving Athletes provides the opportunity for
challenged athletes to pursue an active lifestyle by experiencing
the thrill of athletic competition otherwise inaccessible to them.
-ASA and ASA Ohio Valley serves youth with a wide range of
disabilities including, but not limited to, paralysis caused by
spinal cord and other injuries, muscular dystrophy, diseases and
birth conditions, stroke, spina bifida, multiple sclerosis,
cerebral palsy and amyotrophic lateral scleroses (ALS).
Jessica Barnabei and Jessica Giarratano
The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is the world's leader in the
search for a cure for cystic fibrosis. We fund more CF research
than any other organization, and nearly every CF drug available
today was made possible because of Foundation support.