REM Award Honorees (2018) — Marilyn Hall (Kotlas Connection)

Marilyn Hall has served on the Connection’s Executive Committee since 2010. While in that capacity Marilyn has hosted teachers and students from Kotlas, led Russian cooking classes at the Russian Sampler, entertained Kotlas visitors with lobster cookouts and Italian dinners, and assisted with many other Connection activities.

A retired teacher, Marilyn has been active in teacher associations serving as president of the Maine Education Association Retired and as president of the Kennebec Retired Educators Association. Throughout her retirement years she has held many other positions in retired teacher associations. Keeping her hand in teaching she was a volunteer in a George Mitchell School second grade and is a Waterville Area Literacy Volunteer.

In addition to these activities she is a member of the board of the Waterville Historical Society and gives tours of the Redington Museum and helps to maintain the Redington gardens. A member of the First Baptist Church of Waterville, she serves on its board of trustees. For fun, Marilyn loves to travel, participates in book groups, plays mahjong and bridge, and enjoys the local cultural activities.

Marilyn has a history of civic, cultural, and educational volunteering. She has used this tradition to support the Connection in its activities. She is most worthy of the Kotlas Connection Volunteer of the Year honor.

For more information about the Kotlas Connection, visit its website.

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