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Reid Robbins Selected For Community Service Award

Reid Robbins was selected as the recipient of the 2020-2021 Community Service Award. The Adirondack Area School Boards Association (AASBA) sponsors this award, and each area school district may select one graduating senior.


Reid has volunteered countless hours to his school and community for many years. As a member of the National Honor Society, he helps with the school’s backpack program, which provides fellow students with nutritious and easy to prepare meals on the weekends. Reid is a member of the school’s Key Club, where he has assisted with blood drives, and volunteered for the Salvation Army and Taste of the North Country. He is also a member of the National Technical Honor Society, Hartford Central School District Student Government, and the varsity golf team, where he has earned the Most Improved Player Award, and achieved NYSPHAA’s scholar-athlete status numerous times.


Outside of school, Reid is very involved and dedicated to helping others by volunteering with the Hartford Yoked Parish Community Food Pantry for the past seven years. During middle school, he worked one Saturday a month and in the summer he worked when they were open, which was every other Saturday. In high school, Reid has volunteered full time, all year long. His tasks include unloading food delivery trucks and distributing the food items to clients, helping clients take bags to their vehicles and helping to train and mentor younger volunteers. He also serves church dinners at community events for the Hartford Yoked Parish, and participates in their mission projects. Reid’s endless hours and efforts were acknowledged in receiving the Hartford Yoked Parish Recognition Award.  As a 4-H member, Reid has participated in roadside cleanups, food drives, bottle returns, and worked in the 4-H food booth at the Washington County Fair.


Reid is the son of Darrell and Jodi Robbins.