RNNC's 2017 Stella Stewart Award...

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RNNC's 2017 Stella Stewart Award...

Post by GalindoP » Fri Jun 23, 2017 2:52 pm

Hello everyone,

Please nominate an outstanding person(s) from your partnership to this prestigious award given at the RNNC conference each year!
+We know there are plenty of our Fort Wayne neighborhood advocates who deserve this award!

The Stella Stewart “Doing Good in the Neighborhood” Award was created in 2005 as a means to recognize the exceptional contributions of neighborhood leaders in a participating Regional Neighborhood Network Conference (RNNC) city. Recipients of this award have a proven track record of fostering ongoing efforts to improve the quality of life in their neighborhoods. The winner of this award embodies the spirit of a true neighborhood leader who goes above and beyond the call of a typical volunteer-oriented assignment.


Palermo Galindo
City of Fort Wayne
Community Liaison – Citizen Services – Mayor’s Office
Citizens Square, 200 East Berry St., Suite #460
Fort Wayne, IN 46802
Office: 260.427.6214
Email: palermo.galindo@cityoffortwayne.org
Webpage: http://www.cityoffortwayne.org/citizen-services.html
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