“I think that this is just another great example of Dr. Tricoli’s dedication to our Boys & Girls Club,” Willson told The Advocate & Democrat. “He has always looked to add value to our club, our community, and, most importantly, Monroe County’s children, and this is just another great example of his dedication to serving all those.”
Tricoli said that he will begin giving up his salary at the end of this month.
He recently informed the Boys & Girls Club Board of Directors of his desire to give up his pay.
“It’s not that I don’t need the money; believe me, I need it,” Tricoli said. “But there are others right now who I know need it more than I do. This is my way of helping those in our club who are in need of some assistance just like my family was when I was a kid. Plus, I want assure …