Mayor proclaims April 15-21 ‘Volunteer Appreciation Week’

From left are Mayor W.J. “Jim” Lane; Mayor Bill Schrader, who has volunteered for the city for more than 51 years; Betty Ames, the 2017 William P. Schrader Volunteer Impact Award Honoree; and Cindi Eberhardt, the city’s volunteer program manager. Submitted photo.

Scottsdale Mayor W.J. “Jim” Lane  presented a proclamation for “Volunteer Appreciation Week” at the April 17 council meeting.

The proclamation for Volunteer Appreciation Week.

“Scottsdale volunteers play a critical role assisting the city of Scottsdale to execute the mission of ‘simply better service for a world class community,'” the proclamation states.

“I, W. J. “Jim” Lane, mayor of the city of Scottsdale, Arizona, do hereby proclaim April 15-21, 2018, as Volunteer Appreciation Week in Scottsdale and encourage our citizens to join me in celebrating the kindness and generosity of the citizens that volunteer to serve our community,” the proclamation states.

 

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