HEATHSVILLE—Recognizing his contributions to Northumberland organizations and services performed for individuals, Northumberland Association for Progressive Stewardship (NAPS) recently named Bill Estell its 2017 Distinguished Citizen.
The formal award presentation will be made at the NAPS Annual Social from 4 to 7 p.m. October 14 at the Bay Quarter Shores Community Club House, 1004 Bay Quarter Drive, Heathsville.
Estell’s contributions to Northumberland organizations include president of the Northumberland Public Library board of trustees for four years and president of NAPS for six years, reported NAPS board member Jay Walker.
In addition, he has been on the board of the Reedville Fishermen’s Museum and a longtime docent at the museum. During the re-building of the Friends of the Northumberland Public Library, he volunteered to join the board and serves as vice president.
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