Prince William County Walk of Fame
The Prince William County Walk of Fame is an installation of granite plaques each representing an individual who is ‘locally famous’ for his or her extraordinary contribution to the quality of life in Prince William County. Each plaque will be permanently mounted on the grounds of Tackett’s Mill in Lake Ridge, along a paved path encircling the manicured lake behind the Fellowship House, off Harbor Drive. A central directory is located outside Safeway at the Tackett’s Mill Shopping Center. After a hiatus of seven years, the SerenAid Awards have returned to induct new honorees into the Prince William County Walk of Fame. The 2016 SerenAid Awards Banquet was held October 20th at Old Hickory Country Club and honored David Brickley, John Jenkins, Trevor Blake and Richard G. Tami, DDS.
Past Honorees include Ella Poindexter- 2003, Cecil & Irene Hylton- 2003, Deloris Hampton- 2003, Mary Williams- 2004, G. Richard (Rick) Pfitzner- 2004, Cayton Merchant Jr.-2004, Mary Glaze Porter-2005, Carl W. Hoover- 2005, Dr. A.J. Ferlazzo- 2005, Lucy Walsh Phinney- 2006, Sharon Sue Baucom- 2006, Harry J. Parrish- 2006, Edward L. Kelly- 2006, Donald Ellis Curtis- 2007, Rebecca Grier Randolph- 2007, James John McCoart- 2008, Rev. Frederick Lucy Ray- 2008, Anne Moncure Wall- 2009, Stanley Georges- 2009. Community partners in this project are The Clearbrook Foundation a 5019(c)(3) corporation, Tackett’s Mill Foundation, New Dominion Choraliers, and the Woodbridge Rotary Club. For questions or more information, please email: [email protected]