Lions Club honors a community servant
Erma Hart has touched many lives as a vital community member in Corning. She taught first grade for 25 years at Park Elementary and many parents and young people know her from her work overseeing the Corning pool and selling tickets to school and community ballgames. On Tuesday evening, Sept. 8, Hart was the guest of honor at a reception given by the Corning Lions Club to recognize her years of service in the community as she retires from her work at the community swimming pool.
Lion Tami McKinney presented Hart with a plague saying, "This is for all your years in recognition, working at the pool and all the things that you've done for the community." Hart told her family and friends in the Chamber building to wish her well, "I enjoyed it all the time” and said that she likes to keep busy as it keeps her young. She recognized Tracy Robinson for helping her “a bunch down there at the pool.”
Those in attendance who admire Hart for her work in the community spoke about their experiences with her.
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