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DESIGNATING APRIL 17 –23, 2005 VOLUNTEER WEEK
IN THE CITY OF COLONIAL HEIGHTS, VIRGINIA
WHEREAS, volunteers are citizens who perform unpaid work for those in need and for our community; and
WHEREAS, almost 64 million people volunteer their time and talents nationally each year to the cause of their choice; and
WHEREAS, the national theme for volunteerism in 2005 is “Inspire by Example” and reflects the power that volunteers have to inspire others to become part of a volunteer program; and
WHEREAS, the City of Colonial Heights accomplishes so much more for their citizens because of the large number of volunteers who truly care about their neighbors and their city; and
WHEREAS, volunteers are one of America’s greatest assets in that they are dedicated to helping others and unselfishly give their personal time to make a difference.
NOW, THEREFORE, I, J. Chris Kollman, III, Mayor, on behalf of the Colonial Heights City Council, do hereby designate April 17-23, 2005 as VOLUNTEER WEEK in the City of Colonial Heights and encourage all of our citizens to thank a volunteer and consider giving back to their community by joining those who choose to volunteer for the benefit of others and especially recognize members of the Mayor’s Beautification Committee, Police Sentinel Program, Auxiliary Police, Colonial Heights Police Alumni Association, Volunteer Fire and EMS Department, Community Emergency Response Team (CERT), members of the Boulevard Revitalization Steering Committee and the Sign Task Force.
Signed this 12th day of April, 2005
Susan..... sent you a copy via e-mail what Stacey and I did.
Susan, I'm copying below Colonial Beach's 2012 proclamation.
WHEREAS, the Mayor and Town Council of Colonial Beach seek to recognize citizen volunteers during National Volunteer Week, celebrated April 15 through April 21, 2012;
WHEREAS, the many volunteers within our Town, including individuals, businesses and groups, serve to enrich the quality of life for all citizens and set an example of good citizenship for future generations.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Mayor, Town Council, town staff and all citizens of the Town of Colonial Beach hereby acknowledge our appreciation of our local volunteers who expend their time, energy, resources and finances in an effort to improve, protect and sustain our community.
Frederick C. Rummage, Mayor
Dated this 12th day of April 2012
Hey, Susan - I emailed you a sample of Herndon's. Viki
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