Gov. William Donald Schaefer recently honored C. Roy Shine as one ofMaryland's outstanding volunteers at the 1991 Governor's Volunteer Award Celebration at the Maryland State House in Annapolis.
Shine, a Pasadena resident, received the award in the category of Arts and Culture for the restoration of a 1937 Mini Mariner seaplane at the Baltimore Museum of Industry, preserving the piece of history for generations to come.
With the assistance of 12 volunteers, Shine works 20 hours a weekat the museum and at homeon the project.
Nearly 400 individuals, ranging in age from 13 to 89 years old, and representing every countyin Maryland were nominated for the Governor's Volunteer Award, whichwas founded in 1984.
Ten nominees received the awards.