SHERIDAN — This spring marks the 10th anniversary of The Hub on Smith’s Keystone Awards. The annual event, held each April, is a celebration of three Sheridan residents (or couples) who have made a positive impact through a lifetime of service to the community.
Organizers of the event recently announced the honorees for 2020 — Edre Maier, Everett E. McGlothlin and Casey and Sue Osborn.
Maier is a retired nonprofit executive director and musician who has lived in Sheridan for 31 years with her husband, Steve.
Both have been active in the community for decades.
McGlothlin has lived a life of service, including roles with the Greenhouse Living board, the Sheridan High School Booster Club, the Sheridan College Booster Club and Sheridan College Foundation.
The Osborns remain committed to the community both through their business, EMIT Technologies, Inc., and their involvement with Sheridan County School District 2, The Hub on Smith, the Sheridan Recreation District, the Seven Pillars Foundation, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Kids Life, Legacy Pregnancy Center, Double Day Sports Complex and First Light Early Childhood Education Center.
The Keystone Awards were created as a way to raise funds to support the programs available to seniors at The Hub on Smith.
The show’s format was modeled after the Kennedy Center Honors as a tribute and variety show, featuring speakers and entertainment meant to reflect the personality of each honoree.
The very first Keystone Awards Ceremony was held at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds in 2011.
The 2020 event will take place April 16.