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Eggers earns 2022 Community Pride Award

Greg Raymo presented an award check to the Sunset Hospice Cottage Board of Directors president.

Michael Eggers, left, owner of Mick's Repair, receives the 2022 Community Pride Award from Greg Raymo, right, president of First State Bank Southwest Tuesday in Worthington. Eggers has been a member of the Elks for 20 years, earning an Officer of the Year and an Elk of the Year award during that time, and a member of the American Legion for 10 years. He has served on the Police Civil Service Commission. He spent six years on the King Turkey Day Board of Directors and was a member of the race team in 2002 and 2007.
Michael Eggers, left, owner of Mick's Repair, receives the 2022 Community Pride Award from Greg Raymo, right, president of First State Bank Southwest Tuesday in Worthington. Eggers has been a member of the Elks for 20 years, earning an Officer of the Year and an Elk of the Year award during that time, and a member of the American Legion for 10 years. He has served on the Police Civil Service Commission. He spent six years on the King Turkey Day Board of Directors and was a member of the race team in 2002 and 2007.
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Greg Raymo, president of First State Bank Southwest, presented an award check to Sunset Hospice Cottage Board of Directors President David Serrano, right, as the hospice was the charity chosen by Community Pride Award winner Michael Eggers, owner of Mick's Repair.

Eggers has been a member of the Elks for 20 years, earning an Officer of the Year and an Elk of the Year award during that time, and a member of the American Legion for 10 years. He has served on the Police Civil Service Commission. He spent six years on the King Turkey Day Board of Directors and was a member of the race team in 2002 and 2007.

Greg Raymo, left, president of First State Bank Southwest, presents an award check to Sunset Hospice Cottage Board of Directors President David Serrano, right, as the hospice was the charity chosen by Community Pride Award winner Michael Eggers, center, owner of Mick's Repair. Eggers has been a member of the Elks for 20 years, earning an Officer of the Year and an Elk of the Year award during that time, and a member of the American Legion for 10 years. He has served on the Police Civil Service Commission. He spent six years on the King Turkey Day Board of Directors and was a member of the race team in 2002 and 2007.
Greg Raymo, left, president of First State Bank Southwest, presents an award check to Sunset Hospice Cottage Board of Directors President David Serrano, right, as the hospice was the charity chosen by Community Pride Award winner Michael Eggers, center, owner of Mick's Repair. Eggers has been a member of the Elks for 20 years, earning an Officer of the Year and an Elk of the Year award during that time, and a member of the American Legion for 10 years. He has served on the Police Civil Service Commission. He spent six years on the King Turkey Day Board of Directors and was a member of the race team in 2002 and 2007.
Tim Middagh / The Globe

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Tim Middagh joined The Globe in the fall of 2015 as the newspaper's full-time photographer. A native of Worthington, he enjoys taking nature and wildlife photos.
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