The Honorable Denise McColley Recognized by the Northwest State Community College Foundation

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Judge McColley Set to Receive This Year’s Making a Difference Award 

Honorable Denise McColley
The Honorable Denise McColley

As part of its annual Green Carpet Event held this year on May 11, 2017; the Northwest State Community College Foundation will be recognizing the Honorable Denise McColley for her significant contributions to our community.


The number and variety of ways in which Judge McColley has worked to improve our community is truly impressive. She is a founding member or is currently serving in a leadership role for the Symphony of Trees children’s services fundraiser; the Hope Services Foundation Board of Trustees; the Center for Child and Family Advocacy; the CASA/Gal Board of Trustees; the Henry County Humane Society; the Ohio State University Alumni Club of Northwest Ohio; and the Napoleon High School Alumni Association. Additionally, She is a former officer for the Henry County Board of Developmental Disabilities, and served as a board member of the Henry County Hospital Foundation from 2002-2016. She is also an Executive Committee member of the Napoleon Area Chamber of Commerce. In every role, Judge McColley’s significant contributions have been essential for the overall success of each organization.


What is even more remarkable is that this is just the beginning. Her contributions as both a litigator and magistrate are equally impressive. As is the previous rewards and recognitions she has earned and received. For a truly comprehensive overview of the many ways in which our community has benefited from Judge McColley’s tireless activity, click here to view the Nomination Supplement for the Making a Difference Award.


This year’s Green Carpet Event will include great food, entertainment by Artist Empty Canvas, and good-natured, competitive fun at the silent auction tables. Please click here for more information on sponsoring or attending the event.


Joining the Honorable Denise McColley a this year’s award winners will be North Star BlueScope Steel, and the organizations Sarah’s Friends.