• James Armstrong

Hudson resident recognized for outstanding community service

PHOTO BY JAMES ARMSTRONG

The Masonic Grand Lodge of Quebec recognized Hudson resident Judy Tellier for her many years of community service. Tellier (left), with her husband Ross Tellier and Worshipful Master Colin Robinson of Hudson Lodge #98, was nominated for the award by Hudson Lodge.

Judy Tellier of NOVA Hudson was the recipient of the 2017 Grand Master’s Certificate of Merit awarded by the Masonic Grand Lodge of Quebec.

The certificate is presented each year to individuals from across the Province of Quebec in recognition of their many years of service to their local communities. Hudson Masonic Lodge #98 nominated Tellier for the award.

“This award is presented for her many years of helping people with respite care, in-home nursing, palliative care, and family support,” said District Deputy Grand Master Marc David as he presented the certificate.

Tellier said Nova Hudson’s contribution to the community depends upon the efforts of many volunteers. “It’s not only me,” she said after the ceremony, “It’s our team that makes it happen.”

NOVA Hudson is a non-profit registered charitable organization that is celebrating 60 years of providing community health care to the Hudson and Saint Lazare area.

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