Marit Molin, Founder Of Hamptons Community Outreach, Honored As Suffolk County's 'Woman of Distinction' - 27 East

Marit Molin, Founder Of Hamptons Community Outreach, Honored As Suffolk County’s ‘Woman of Distinction’

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Suffolk County Legislator Bridget Fleming  presented the 2021 Suffolk County Woman of Distinction Award to Marit Molin on Tuesday afternoon.   DANA SHAW

Suffolk County Legislator Bridget Fleming presented the 2021 Suffolk County Woman of Distinction Award to Marit Molin on Tuesday afternoon. DANA SHAW

Suffolk County Legislator Bridget Fleming  presented the 2021 Suffolk County Woman of Distinction Award to Marit Molin on Tuesday afternoon.  With Ms. Molin and Legislator Fleming are, left, Grace Ioannidis is a Director, Office of Women's Services at Suffolk County and Rev. Tina Norton, Chairwoman of the Suffolk County Women's Advisory Committee.  DANA SHAW

Suffolk County Legislator Bridget Fleming presented the 2021 Suffolk County Woman of Distinction Award to Marit Molin on Tuesday afternoon. With Ms. Molin and Legislator Fleming are, left, Grace Ioannidis is a Director, Office of Women's Services at Suffolk County and Rev. Tina Norton, Chairwoman of the Suffolk County Women's Advisory Committee. DANA SHAW

Suffolk County Legislator Bridget Fleming  presented the 2021 Suffolk County Woman of Distinction Award to Marit Molin on Tuesday afternoon.   DANA SHAW

Suffolk County Legislator Bridget Fleming presented the 2021 Suffolk County Woman of Distinction Award to Marit Molin on Tuesday afternoon. DANA SHAW

Marit Molin helps with food distribution through her organization, Hamptons Community Outreach.  LORI HAWKINS

Marit Molin helps with food distribution through her organization, Hamptons Community Outreach. LORI HAWKINS LORI HAWKINS

Marit Molin

Marit Molin LORI HAWKINS

Marit Molin helps with food distribution through her organization, Hamptons Community Outreach.

Marit Molin helps with food distribution through her organization, Hamptons Community Outreach. LORI HAWKINS

Marit Molin at JBJ Soul Kitchen Food Bank, which partnered with her organization, Hamptons Community Outreach.  LORI HAWKINS

Marit Molin at JBJ Soul Kitchen Food Bank, which partnered with her organization, Hamptons Community Outreach. LORI HAWKINS LORI HAWKINS

authorMichelle Trauring on Mar 17, 2021
Marit Molin was just 17 years old when she found her calling. Living abroad from her native Sweden in York, Pennsylvania, as part of a Rotary Youth Exchange program, she... more

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