$TC The Volunteer: Roger Little, a longtime Glen Burnie resident, was this year's recipient of the Richard Carter Memorial Award.
In addition to his many years of involvement with Scout Troop 780, Mr. Little is an active member of the Glen Burnie Improvement Association (GBIA). He has served on that organization's board of directors and is assistant chairman for this year's Glen Burnie Carnival.
Mr. Little, who is an assistant Scout Master for Troop 780, has been involved with scouting for about 15 year. His sons, Joshua, now 19 and Jason, 22, worked their way up through the scouting ranks to become Eagle Scouts.
Mr. Little works for Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. and has been married for 25 years.
About the Award: The Richard Carter Memorial Award is sponsored by the GBIA and presented annually to remember the spirit of volunteerism personified by the late Richard Carter, a longtime Glen Burnie community activist. Mr. Carter died in 1990.
The award is given to an individual whose involvement in civic affairs demonstrates concern for the Glen Burnie community.
Volunteer's comment: "The Richard Carter Award is special. Having known Richard personally and respected him and his dedication to the community, it's very special."
"Volunteer Spotlight" is compiled by Kevin Harrison. To recommend someone, call the Anne Arundel Bureau, 315-8911, any time or fax information to 315-8916 or mail to: The Sun for Anne Arundel, 8131 Ritchie Highway, Pasadena, Md. 21122.