CVMD receives award at ASSC annual conference



Lovis Veterans Memorial District recently received the 2021 CSDA Public Awareness and Advocacy Award at the CSDA Annual Conference held in Monterey, California. (Courtesy of CVMD)

The Clovis Veterans Memorial District received the 2021 AEC Outreach and Public Advocacy Award.

This year, from August 30 to September 2, the California Special Districts Association (CSDA) Annual Conference and Exhibitor Showcase held their 51st awards ceremony in Monterey.

There are a range of awards presented during the ceremony in recognition of achievement in various fields for individuals and districts.

These awards recognize opportunities for public awareness, leadership and innovation.

The Clovis Veterans Memorial District, CVMD, won the Small Districts category award for “Outstanding Public Outreach and Advocacy”.

This award is given to organizations that demonstrate extraordinary commitment and commitment to the people they serve.

The event that led to this award was the Salute to the Patriots and the CVMD Military Signing Day.

The Clovis Veterans Memorial District website states that “Our mission is to provide a permanent living memorial in honor of the American military and veterans. [and] provide facilities and support programs to promote a legacy of service for the preservation of the ideals of our community and our country.

This organization is managed by an elected board of directors who has served the community since June 11, 1946.

If you want to learn more about the organization, they host public board meetings which are held on the first Thursday of each month at 9:00 a.m. at 808 4th Street in Clovis.

Sydney Morgan, currently a student at Fresno State University, grew up in the sleepy town of Templeton, California. With Lester Holt and Carrie Bradshaw as role models for journalists, she considers herself to have a more creative approach to her reporting and entertainment stories.



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