A recent series of awards and recognitions for distinguished achievements – primarily related to water issues – were applauded by Cranberry’s Board of Supervisors at its July 31 meeting. Pretreatment Administrator Rhonda Zellhart was given a Distinguished Service award from the Pennsylvania Water Environment Association. Lab technician Larissa Hoover was presented the Laboratory Analyst Excellence Award, also by the Pennsylvania Water Environment Association. Waterpark lifeguards Kris Bernardo, Carley Belsterling and Spencer Myers together earned first place in a lifeguard competition involving ten teams from communities throughout the area. And Cranberry Township earned third place – behind Allegheny County and the City of Pittsburgh – for tracking improvements in transportation energy, waste and water. The Township’s efforts were coordinated by Community Projects Administrator Chelsea Puff.