Brian McMahon has put his stamp on the Weston community in a productive and positive way by being integrally involved in youth sports for 20 years. He will be recognized as Weston's Sports Person of the Year at the Fairfield County Sports Commission's SportsNight Hall of Fame Dinner on Oct. 18 at the Hyatt Regency Greenwich.
McMahon supported football, soccer and lacrosse programs, and helped each organization find or create quality venues in which to play. He was president of the Weston Lacrosse Club and Aspetuck Wildcats Youth Football program, and helped create a intown soccer program for children who did not make travel teams. He served on the boards of each organization.
McMahon became president of the Boosters Club two years ago and recently ended his term. With 30 varsity sports offered at Weston High and athletic budgets continuing to shrink, McMahon helped the Booster Club secure funds to prevent varsity programs from being cut. Additionally, the Booster Barn project and stadium stands project were initiated and completed under McMahon's leadership.
One of his latest initiatives is linking the Weston Lacrosse Club with the Bridgeport Youth Lacrosse Club, which was honored last year by the Sports Commission for its efforts. Tickets are available for the Hall of Fame dinner.
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