Lanny Hall receives Citizen Volunteer Award
Lanny Hall, a fixture in Taylor Little League baseball for more than 30 years, has been recognized with a Citizen Volunteer Award by the City of Taylor.
Hall has coached and/or been a board member in Taylor Northwest Little League since 1976. He has been league president for 19 years.
Hall also was involved as a volunteer with the Taylor Goodfellows for about 25 years, serving as president for about 15 years.
In addition, Hall:
■Coached basketball at Fischer Elementary School for three years.
■Coached basketball at Federal Elementary School for two years.
■Coached basketball at Brake Junior High School for two years.
■Coached junior football in the Taylor Eagles program for six years.
■Coached junior football in the Taylor Cobras program for two years.
■Coached junior varsity baseball at Taylor Center High School for six years.
■Served on the board of directors of Taylor Junior Football for eight years.
Hall, who works for Wayne County Commissioner Edward Boike, received the award recently from Mayor Cameron G. Priebe. Boike, a former Taylor councilman, also was present for the recognition.
Lanny Hall (center) is congratulated by Wayne County Commissioner Edward Boike Jr. (left) and Taylor Mayor Cameron G. Priebe for earning a Citizen Volunteer Award from the city.