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Chad McGraw named county employee of the month for July

Chad McGraw, a recreation specialist with the Department of Parks and Recreation, has been named Employee of the Month for July. McGraw received the award during a presentation by Harford County Executive David R. Craig on July 12.

McGraw, a 10-year employee with Harford County Government, was nominated by his supervisor, Karen Green. In her nomination Green stated, "Chad McGraw has been a positive influence on the workplace and has cultivated excellent working relationships with facility staff, the maintenance division and volunteers within our region." Green added, "Chad had made time to instruct parents and youth how to better ensure a positive first time recreational experience for young athletes and their parents by introducing them to a shared hands-on approach via a vehicle called 'Start Smart' for which he is a certified youth sports administrator. Chad has taught dozens of children and their families how to safely enter into team sports in a manner that is age and skill level appropriate for the individual."

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Commenting on receiving the award, McGraw stated, "There are many hard-working employees in Harford County Government. I am very fortunate to have been chosen for this award. A very special 'thank you' to Karen Green for her nomination."

Harford County Executive Craig presented McGraw with his award during a brief ceremony at the Harford County Government Administration Building in Bel Air. In presenting McGraw with his Employee of the Month award, Craig stated, "Clearly Chad is a person that truly works every day to make a difference both with his co-workers and the parents and child he meets as a recreational specialist. Chad's enthusiasm and his 'can do' attitude help make him one of Harford County's finest employees and well deserving of this recognition."

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