The Colonel George Waller Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution awarded the 2023 SAR Bronze Good Citizenship Medal to Dr. Pamela Randall. The prestigious award that is bestowed upon individuals whose outstanding contributions to their community exemplify the highest ideals of citizenship.
Dr. Randall, a long-time educator and community leader, has demonstrated exceptional commitment to enhancing the cultural fabric of our society. Currently serving as the coordinator of Education Programs and professor with Longwood University through NCI, she has dedicated her career to fostering academic excellence and enriching the lives of her students.
In addition to her academic endeavors, Dr. Randall’s passion for music has led her to establish two remarkable ensembles within the Martinsville community. In 2014 Dr. Randall founded the Smith River Singers, and 4 years later the auditioned choral ensemble Still Water, she currently serves as the artistic director and conductor for both groups.
In 2019 she expanded her impact by assuming leadership of the Martinsville Handbell Ensemble, where she serves as director, providing an avenue for local musicians to showcase their talents and enrich the community through the art of handbell ringing. Through these initiatives, she has not only elevated the cultural landscape of Martinsville but has also inspired countless individuals to pursue their artistic passions and contribute to the betterment of society.
Dr. Randall’s dedication to the arts extends beyond her professional responsibilities, as she generously volunteers her time and expertise to various community initiatives aimed at promoting music education and appreciation. Her unwavering commitment to nurturing the talents of others and her tireless efforts to instill a love of music within our community epitomize the spirit of the SAR Bronze Good Citizenship Medal.
In a statement, Andy Doss, registrar and past president of the Colonel George Waller Chapter said, “The board of directors of the Chapter are honored to recognize Dr. Pam Randall for her exceptional contributions to our community. Her dedication to enriching the lives of others through education and the arts embodies the core values of the Sons of the American Revolution. We commend her exemplary service and commitment to fostering a more vibrant and culturally enriched society.”
The Colonel George Waller Chapter extends its heartfelt congratulations to Dr. Pamela Randall on this well-deserved honor and expresses gratitude for her outstanding service to our community.
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