Naomi Project founder Peggy Ferguson, who retired in late 2014 after 19 years of dedication to the organization that remains dear to her heart, received a Lifetime Achievement Award recognizing her all-volunteer service from Volunteer Fairfax. At an April 24 ceremony, Fairfax County Board of Su-pervisors Chairman Sharon Bulova presented the award to Peggy for her leadership.
Saying it was a tremendous honor, Peggy added, “I have always been inspired by the incredible women who have volunteered in this program and who continue to volunteer – giving so generously of their time and talents” to women “who need some extra help to get their families off to a great start. And I am humbled by the women we serve who allow us into their lives."
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