Fairfax Adult Softball Honors its Volunteers


The Ron Bullock Volunteer of the Year award went to Bill Sikes of Fairfax.

On Feb. 26, Fairfax Adult Softball expressed its appreciation when volunteers gathered to be recognized for their valuable efforts. President John Carney presented this year’s Ron Bullock Volunteer of the Year award to an outstanding representative of the FAS program. The recipient of the 2011 award was Bill Sikes of Fairfax.

Bill Sikes, who has served on the Board of directors for nearly 30 years, devotes many hours to the promotion of the Men’s Masters League (35+) in Fairfax County. Sikes continually displays his commitment to the program by his ongoing tenure as Masters League coordinator, working on committees and also supporting the program on the field.

He has played ball at every level of competition but he also participates in the Special Olympics softball league and has been doing so for 20 years.

Fairfax Adult Softball, Inc. (FAS), a non-profit organization, prides itself on the success of its program from the continued support of its volunteers. The Ron Bullock Volunteer of the Year award was created to recognize individuals who make a substantial commitment to volunteering and improving the FAS program. This award is given to those that demonstrate outstanding volunteer service over the course of 12 months.

To learn more about FAS, to enter a team into our program, or to become a volunteer, please visit the FAS website at www.fairfaxadultsoftball.com.