Gordon Siebert will be recognized for his volunteer work in the broader Nashville community during the West End Synagogue Social Action Shabbat at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, November 11.
Siebert has been a key member of the Green Hills Rotary Club and served as president during the peak of the COVID pandemic, July 2020-June 2021. He also served as sergeant at arms and hosted new members at his home, helping them learn about Rotary.
As the current Rotary service chair, his is in charge of finding and scheduling service projects such as Meals on Wheels twice a month. He also sets up monthly Rotary sessions at Project CURE which gathers and distributes medical equipment to be shipped around the world. He personally purchases slightly used wheel chairs at estate sales, fixes them and gives them to Project CURE.
Siebert helps plan and maintain the trail on the Burch Reserve in Warner Parks and also volunteers regularly with Habitat for Humanity.
The volunteer award includes a monetary gift to be donated to the awardee’s choice of charity.
The Shabbat service will be followed by a luncheon.
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