County Council recognized Zonda Cox as Georgetown County's Volunteer of the year for 2022 for the work she has done for Georgetown County Parks & Recreation and the Georgetown Baseball/Softball Booster Club. Cox was honored at council’s Jan. 24 meeting, with others from the Booster Club on hand to support her and offer thanks for her seven years of service.
Cox is wife to Robert Cox, mother to two, “Nay-Nay” to three, and “Mrs. Zonda” to all. During her years of service, she wore many hats when it came to the program. She not only proficiently took care of her duties as secretary, she also picked up many more, never batting an eye, and always topped it with a smile on her face.
The main thing she is known for when it comes to the Booster Club is her beloved concession stand. She put her whole heart into it going above and beyond, and making sure it was stocked with everyone’s favorites, even if that meant multiple supply trips a week. As she would say, some of her babies ate dinner out of that concession stand. When she says “babies,” she refers to every child that ever stepped foot into 8 Oaks Park. Whether you know her for 5 minutes or 10 years, she treats everyone as her own from the beginning. As her time with the Booster Club has come to an end she, will always be apart of the Georgetown Baseball/Softball family and we hope this recognition will be a small token of the gratitude of so many for all she has done for the program, our community, and most importantly our youth.