2021's Award Reception Honoring Kenny Smith
On October 18, 2021, guests gathered at historic Hopefield in Warrenton, VA for the sixth annual Kitty P. Smith Awards. Guests included awardee Kenny Smith along with his family, elected officials, donors and supporters, the CFFC board, and founder Hope Porter.
About the Kitty P. Smith Award
The Kitty P. Smith Award was established by Citizens for Fauquier County to honor outstanding conservationists who have contributed greatly to preserving the county’s rural landscape, historical resources and agricultural economy.
For more than 20 years, Dr. Smith, a long-term Fauquier resident, set the standard for advocating wise land conservation. She served as a board member of CFFC and Goose Creek Association, staff member of the Piedmont Environmental Council and was a hands-on participant with numerous civic organizations. Her influence was also felt on the Fauquier County Agricultural and Forestal District Committee and Capital Improvements Committee.
2015 — Kitty Smith
2016 — George Thompson
2017 — Jocelyn Sladen
2018 — Georgia Herbert
2019 — Hope Porter and Bob Lee
2021 — Ken Smith