The Kiwanis Club of Burlington honored yet another pillar of the community last week when it formally named F.D. Hornaday III as its Citizen of the Year for 2022.
A native of Alamance County, Hornaday has earned the club’s kudos for his past service on the board of directors for Alamance Regional Medical Center as well as the board for the N.C. Methodist Foundation. Hornaday is also a long-standing supporter of the Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club, and he currently serves as a director for Impact Alamance, a charitable wing of Greensboro-based Cone Health.
Nelson Young (left), the president of the Burlington Kiwanis Club, ultimately presented Hornaday (center) with the Citizen of Year award during the club’s annual Christmas banquet on Thursday. Also present for the occasion was John Currin (right), the former president of Alamance Regional Medical Center.
Since 1976, the Kiwanis Club of Burlington has presented its annual Citizen of the Year award to local men and women who have made contributions to the community through their professional achievements and volunteer work.
Also present for the event were Hornaday’s wife, Mary Zeta, and son, Jonathan (pictured below).