Alexandrians to be Recognized for their Service and Community Impact | News Release | City of Alexandria

Six Alexandrians to Be Recognized for Service, Community Impact

The Alexandria Commission on Aging will host its 2017 Excellence in Aging Awards on Tuesday, May 9 at 5:30 p.m. in the Vola Lawson Lobby of City Hall at 301 King Street.
The awards will be presented by Alexandria Mayor Allison Silberberg, followed by a reception.
Six awardees will receive awards in four categories:
  • The Annie B. Rose Award – Carol Siegel and William (Bill) Clayton
    Recognizes an individual whose exemplary achievements span a lifetime of public service.
  • The Lois Van Valkenburgh Excellence in Aging Award – Mary Lee Anderson
    Recognizes an individual who has made outstanding contributions to elevating the quality of life for older adults in Alexandria within the past year.
  • The Excellence in Aging Award – Rebuilding Together Alexandria
    An organization that has made outstanding contributions to elevating the quality of life of older Alexandrians.
  • The Public Service Award – Debbie Ludington and Arthur Thomas
    Recognizes a City of Alexandria employee who has advanced, improved or otherwise contributed to making Alexandria a more livable community for all ages during the course of their job.
For more information about the program, or the Commission on Aging and its activities, call 703.746.5694.  RSVPs are not necessary for this program.
The City of Alexandria complies with the terms of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Anyone with a disability who wishes to request an accommodation may contact the Division of Aging and Adult Services at 703.746.5999 or Virginia Relay 711

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