2023 Incito Award Recipient – Austin See
The 2023 Incito Award recipient is Austin See. The Incito Award was established in 2011 to recognize a young person, age 40 or under, who has emerged as a community leader and demonstrates a commitment to volunteerism, philanthropy, and leadership with Lenawee Cares and other organizations in our community. See currently is employed at Share the Warmth of Lenawee where he is an amazing role model for the guests of the shelter, and in 2018 became a City Councilman for the City of Tecumseh. See can be found volunteering most days for the City of Tecumseh, the Tecumseh Farmers Market, numerous positions on the Tecumseh American Legion Color Guard, helping build a Lenawee County Veteran Coalition, as a member of the Tecumseh Kiwanis, and the Tecumseh American Legion. See volunteers for the Lenawee Community Foundation and is running the Share the Warmth Cares Campaign with shelter staff. He continuously reaches out to share what an amazing community we have in Lenawee County, he is a positive influence, a role model for us all and his tireless boots-on-the-ground attitude makes a difference in our community.
Incito: To inspire, excite, spur, increase, hasten, urge forward.
The Incito Award was established in 2011 to recognize a young person (age 40 or under), who has emerged as a community leader and demonstrates commitment to volunteerism, philanthropy, and leadership.
The Lenawee Award recipient inspires by example, while making our community a better place in which to live and work.
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Incito Award Recipients
2023 Austin See
2022 William Southard
2021 Catrina Ossmann
2020 Sara Herriman
2019 Dave Herriman
2018 Mekeisha Black
2017 Megan Porter
2016 Ben Creech
2015 Joshua Nieto
2014 Allison Ott
2013 Angie Atkin
2012 Doug Gray
2011 Julie Miller
For more information, contact Cynthia Heady.