Polo Parish Honors Woman of the Year
June 13, 2019
POLO—Kay Tyne was selected as the recipient of the 18th annual Woman of the Year Award from St. Mary Parish in Polo. 
This year Carol Glenn presented the award to Tyne at a luncheon on May 19.
Tyne and her husband, Ed, have been active in the parish for more than 30 years. They have two children, Brian and Brandi, and a grandson, Louis. 
In selecting Tyne for this honor, several parishioners noted that she has volunteered her time and talent in numerous parish and community activities when called upon.
Over the years, she has been a devoted and faithful member of the St. Mary Parish family and the Polo community. She was a religious education teacher for several years. She has been active in the parish Altar and Rosary Society and has served as the secretary for many years.
In addition, she has helped with a parish auction and as a volunteer at Second Hand Rose, Polo’s resale shop. She has helped with the Lenten Soup Suppers and the monthly Parish Fellowship meals. She can also often be found serving at funeral luncheons. 
Each year in May St. Mary’s parishioners base this honor  on the contribution of time and talent to the parish as well as to the community. Past recipients have included women who have been active in parish organizations and have helped in parish activities. Many have also been involved in helping with various Polo community projects. 
The St. Mary Women of the Year are usually honored at the Women and Daughters Luncheon in May.