KYLE — Kyle officials have announced the creation of a “Lifetime Achievement Award,” to be given to citizens who “dedicated themselves to the betterment of Kyle.”
To qualify for the award, a potential recipient must be a Kyle citizen with an extensive body of work encompassing at least 25 years of “dedication to the community through personal involvement in activities, education, public service to and/or for the betterment of Kyle and who has demonstrated outstanding leadership, encouraged a sustained commitment to civic participation and inspired others to make service a central part of their lives, according to the city’s news release.
“Our city has benefited from the work of many individuals, a number of which have dedicated much of their lives toward making Kyle a better place to live,” Kyle Mayor Lucy Johnson said. “I’m looking forward to seeing those individuals receive the proper recognition for their service. In some cases, the recognition is probably way overdue.”
The deadline for submitting a nomination for 2014 is Jan. 31.Email | Print