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Utah Mayors to join Nationwide Effort to Recognize Impact of National Service

News advisory: Mar 31, 2014
Utah Mayors to join Nationwide Effort to Recognize Impact of National Service
Salt Lake City – On April 1, Mayors across the state will join with more than 1,200 mayors across the country in a day of recognition to highlight the impact of National Service in local communities.
The following Utah mayors listed below are participating in a variety of ways including, signing a declaration of recognition, holding recognition events, and sending thank you cards to national service participants who serve in their communities:
Alta: Tom Pollard
Bluffdale: Derk Timothy
Cedar City: Maile Wilson
Cottonwood Heights: Kelvyn Cullimore Jr.
Draper: Troy Walker
Farr West: Z. Lee Dickmore
Harrisville: Bruce Richins
Herriman: Carmen Freeman
Holladay: Robert Dahle
Hyrum: Stephanie Miller
Kaysville: Steve Hiatt
Logan: Craig Peterson
Midvale: JoAnn Seghini
Moab: David Sakrison
Murray: Ted Eyre
North Ogden: Brent Taylor
Ogden: Mike Caldwell
Orem: Richard Brunst
Pleasant View: Toby Mileski
Price: Joe Piccolo
Providence: Don Calderwood
Provo: John Curtis
Riverton: William Applegarth
River Heights: James Brackner
Riverdale: Norm Searle
Roy: Willard Cragun
Salt Lake City: Ralph Becker
Salt Lake County: Ben McAdams
Sandy: Tom Dolan
Smithfield: Darrell Simmons
South Jordan: David Alvord
South Ogden: James Minster
South Salt Lake: Cherie Wood
St. George: John Pike
Taylorsville: Larry Johnson
Washington Terrace: Mark Allen
In Salt Lake County, Mayor Ben McAdams will recognize the impacts of national service through a declaration that will be presented at the Salt Lake County Council meeting on April 8, 4 p.m. in the county council chambers.
Across the nation mayors are increasingly turning to national service and volunteerism as a cost-effective strategy to address city challenges at a time of fiscal constraint.  The Mayors Day of Recognition for National Service is bipartisan effort to recognize the positive impact of National Service in cities, to thank those who serve, and to encourage citizens to give back to their communities.
For more information on the Mayors Day of Recognition for National Service, including background and a list of participating mayors, visit www.nationalservice.gov/mayorsforservice.
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