Honorees Named for Annual Humans Rights Breakfast

barnstable county symbolHYANNIS – Three local residents will be honored later this month at the Barnstable County Human Rights Commission Human Rights Day Breakfast.

Barnstable Police Officer Brian Morrison will be given the Rosenthal Award for his extensive outreach and volunteer work.

Two Cornerstone Awards will be presented to Laura Gill of Brewster and Mark Chester of Woods Hole.

Gill is being honored for her work as a crisis and healthcare volunteer around the road.

Chester is receiving the award for his portrait series of new U.S. citizens which celebrates the diversity of the state.

The breakfast is Saturday, December 10 at 9 a.m. at the Hyannis Gold Club.

Tickets for the event are $10 per person and reservations can be made by contacting Commissioner Paul Thompson by phone at 617-417-4856 or by email at thompsonptjr@comcast.net. The deadline for reservations is Wednesday, December 7.

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