Champion for Children nominations accepted by Anson County Partnership for Children


By Bonnie Morgan - For the Record



Do you know someone who is helping make Anson County a better place to be a child and to raise a child?

The Anson County Partnership for Children encourages county residents to acknowledge the excellence of those helping children by nominating them to be the 2017 Champion for Children. The award will be presented at the 2017 Champions for Children Reception on Thursday, April 20.

Presented by Anson County Partnership for Children, this award will recognize an individual who:

• Champions the well-being of children in Anson County.

• Demonstrates commitment to providing a better future for children in Anson County.

• Works with others to raise awareness about children’s issues.

• Believes in building strong families.

• Demonstrates leadership on behalf of children in Anson County.

The Anson County Partnership for Children welcomes nominations from all facets of the community including professional and community leaders such as educators, doctors, police officers, ministers, tutors, coaches or community volunteers. Detailed information on the strength of the person nominated is necessary to determine the winner of this award.

Last year Deborah Flowers Davis, director of secondary education and Youth Career Connect with Anson County Schools, was awarded the 2016 Champion for Children award.

Nomination forms are available on ansonchildren.org, the Anson County Partnership for Children Facebook page, or by contacting the Partnership at 704-694-4036. All nominations must be returned to the Anson County Partnership for Children no later than April 7 by 5 p.m.

By Bonnie Morgan

For the Record

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