CHESTERTOWN — “For me, service in this community is really something that really brings me aliveness, wholeness, and doing that in community, that’s the only way to be,” said Rosemary Ramsey Granillo when she accepted the Minary’s Dream Alliance inaugural William W. Pickrum Service Award Monday.

The award was presented as part of the annual Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Day observance — sponsored by Minary’s Dream Alliance, Chester Valley Ministers Association and Washington College — held this year at the college.


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