Neighborhood leaders, community volunteers, and government employees, who go above and beyond their required duties, will be recognized at the Second Annual Awards Breakfast sponsored by the South Kansas City Alliance (SKCA) on May 30.
A good neighbor award will be given to a neighborhood volunteer who has provided a high level of service to his or her neighborhood in south Kansas City for an extended period of time. Awards also will be given for lifetime service to the area; good corporate citizenship; and outstanding community, government, and public safety service.
An outstanding neighborhood organization and an outstanding educational achievement program also will be honored.
A new outstanding young achiever award will be presented to a student or young adult who has provided outstanding community service.
“Recognition of persons and organizations who make south Kansas City a better community is something we are going to continue to do every year,” said Stacey Johnson-Cosby, SKCA president. “When we started providing this recognition last year, it was long overdue.”
Sponsorships are also available.
The deadline for nominations is April 30.