The Black Mountain Beautification Committee recently presented the 2017 Willie Headley Service Award to Suzanne Money. This is the sixth year
the Beautification Committee has honored one of its members with this annual award named in memory of the founding Beautification Committee member Willie Headley. The plaque states that the award is presented to a member who shares Headley's energy and vision for a more beautiful Black Mountain.
Previous recipients include Mary Werner, Maggie Krogh, Mary Leonard White, Joyce Black-Woerz and Susan Chabot.
Suzanne has several wonderful attributes but one that is on top of the list is her infectious energy level and commitment to this committee. Suzanne's accomplishments are extensive from being past co-chair,chairing the Town Square Maintenance project, overseeing the greenhouse at Swannanoa Correctional Center for Women and much more.
Suzanne works tirelessly behind the scenes making sure Town Square gardens are watered, weeded and looking beautiful. At the correctional center, she has taught classes and given them a new skill set. She organizes spring and fall plantings in town and make sure the women from the center were included in the plantings in town. She makes every project fun as leading up to the Garden Show, she and Renee did skits to get people interested in donating items for the Clothes Line Sale.
It gave the committee great joy to award Suzanne this plaque that is in honor of her hero, Willie Headley. As Suzanne exemplifies her commitment to the well-being and beauty of Black Mountain.
Previous winners of this award were Joyce Black-Woerz, Susan Chabot, Maggie Krogh, Suzanne Money, Mary Werner and Mary Leonard White
Mary Werner accepting award!