Welles Remy Crowther Charitable Trust presents the Red Bandanna Award
The Red Bandanna Service Award was established in 2008 by the Crowther family in honor of their son, Welles Remy Crowther, a volunteer firefighter and equities trader who, on September 11, 2001, lost his life saving, it is estimated, between 5 and 12 others. The award was created in the spirit of Bonnie Brae’s mission to create an environment where young men reclaim their potential through education and therapy and has been presented at the Bonnie Brae Polo Classic and Tartan Ball, to an individual or group who has shown initiative and dedication in support of children in need. The award has most recently been presented to: Keisha Richardson of Conscious Kids, Inc. ; Rev. Timothy Hart; The J. Elliot Decker Family; and Mr. and Mrs. James McDevitt.
To learn more about the Man in the Red Bandanna, visit the website.
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