Volunteer Michael Sloan IV
to be recognized Tuesday, December 12th
We are excited to announce that Michael Sloan IV will be recognized at the Worcester City Council meeting on Tuesday, December 12th, 2017 at 7pm.
Michael is a 2017 graduate of Worcester Technical High School and a lifelong Indian Lake resident. He has been volunteering his time for the Indian Lake Watershed Association for over 12 years!
A quiet but extremely hard working young man, Michael has worked at his family's business, W.J Hoey Tire Co., for many years. He is also working as an electrician apprentice preparing for his Electrical Journeyman exam.
Michael has given endlessly of his time and energy to the ILWA including regularly helping at our bi-annual cleanups, mowing Morgan Park regularly for the past 4 years and ensuring the association's equipment is in good working order before cleanup events. Michael created a high power leaf vacuum which attaches to a dump truck allowing volunteers to pick up the leaves at Morgan Park in a fraction of the time than it took in years past.
Never seeking the spotlight, only focused on getting the work done, he truly sets the standard for hard work, dedication and community service.
Michael also regularly donates his time to Kiwanis Club of Worcester which serves thousands of children in our area.