Dr. Nathan Bosch, director of the Center for Lakes and Streams at Grace College, Winona Lake, Ind., was recognized on Thursday, November 17, at the Winona Lake Community Appreciation Dinner. He was presented with the Bill Reneker Award, which is given annually to someone who has worked to improve the Winona Lake community. Below is a portion of a story about the event which appeared in the Warsaw, Ind., Times-Union. Click here to read the complete article.
Bosch honored for service With Reneker Award
WINONA LAKE – Dr. Nathan Bosch was given the Bill Reneker Award for community service Thursday at the Winona Lake Community Appreciation Dinner at?Westminster Hall at Grace College.
The award is given annually to someone who has worked to improve the Winona Lake community.
Bosch is the director of the Center for Lakes and Streams at Grace College.
He is the 23rd person to receive the award since it began in 1994. The award went to Bosch for his work in preserving and working on Winona Lake.
“He seems to have boundless energy and has accomplished so much in collaboration with others in the time he has been here, that I often wonder if he ever sleeps,” said Judy Reneker Burd, who presented the award on behalf of the town and the Reneker family.
Earlier in the evening, Bosch was the keynote speaker of the event. He talked about the importance of the lake to the town’s economy.
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