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Citizens for Fair Ferndale Seek Good Neighbor Award Nominees

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(CFF Press Release, Feb. 6, 2013)

Please join Citizens for a Fair Ferndale in celebrating the ongoing efforts of those who live, work and attend school in Ferndale who value the fair and equal treatment of others and are engaged in making this happen on a daily basis.  The Good Neighbor Awards program identifies and honors individuals, organizations and businesses in our community who are outstanding examples of “good neighbors,” who are committed to nicholas-schrock-allstatebuilding, preserving, maintaining and improving the quality of life in their neighborhoods and our community.

Examples of previous honorees include diverse individuals, organizations and businesses which have coordinated and planned picnics, festivals, and events in the community; promoted volunteerism; created inclusive, welcoming environments in their businesses; collaborated on art projects that celebrate diversity; tutored foreign-born Americans; sheltered the homeless; creatively overcame personal challenges while striving to help others; established book club networks; spoken out against injustice in our community.

CFF is planning a special event in early May to present approximately 10 (ten) awards for 2013. Please help us identify those whom you think deserve this award by submitting a nomination.

Nomination Forms must be received by Thursday, March 7, 2013 through online submission, or post mail to Citizens for a Fair Ferndale, 678 W. Marshall, Ferndale, MI 48220.  For questions or media inquiries contact Kat Bruner James at (248) 515-7803.

The mission of CFF is to foster a community that is dedicated to the fair and equal treatment of all residents and visitors regardless of sexual orientation, race, color, religion, gender, age, height, weight, familial status, national origin, physical or mental disability.

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