Out of nearly 150 entries, Enrique J. Zuanetto, was named Executive Director of the Year by the American Health Association. Mr. Zuanetto received his award from Adam West at a special event held in Benvenuto’s Restaurant in Boynton Beach on Veterans Day – November 11, 2012.
Mr. Zuanetto addressed the audience with the following words:
Thank you Mr. West.
I also want to thank the Trustees of the American Health Society & Association and the American Military Organization for this special recognition on such a special day. I am an American citizen who is grateful to all the Veterans who served on our behalf to keep America safe. Veterans Day is about honoring all who have served to make America a home where we can provide for our family and live our dreams. And so I’m humbled, to be included in this celebration of today. I also want to thank The Soup Kitchen’s Board of Directors for their trust, confidence and support.
And, lastly, I must thank our Volunteers. Our Volunteers make a difference in the lives of those living in poverty. They are caring and loving individuals inspired to feed the hungry, give a drink to the thirsty and welcome the stranger. Whether cooking a meal, distributing and/or serving food – they bring our mission to life! We are grateful to have over 200 Volunteers sharing our vision to enhance the lives of those in need. I share this recognition with them as The Soup Kitchen would be nothing without our Volunteers!
Thank you again, for this very special award.