Commission/Organization Award: Chief Harold Medlock Fayetteville Police Department
This award is given to a commission or organization that provides training, orientation and workshops about equal opportunities; provides activities and programs, which provide positive human relations; meets on a regularly scheduled basis; and is actively involved in the problems of the community.
Industry/Business Award: Royal Chiropractic Center
This award is given to a business or industry that has an active Equal Employment Opportunity program; provides training and/or leadership seminars and direction for upward mobility; may have an education scholarship program; promotes and is involved in local and/or state human relations affairs; and has initiated at lease one human relations effort.
Carlos Terri Union-Zukowski Humanitarian Award: Ms. Kelly Twedell
This award honors individuals for their outstanding humanitarian and volunteer activities, who have demonstrated unselfish, extraordinary concern for others while promoting harmony, understanding and good human relations; who have demonstrated a level of commitment that is dependable, consistent and people-oriented; who have a positive effect on others; and whose contributions may be overshadowed by genuine humility.
Ester Dept and Mary McAllister Individual Award: Mr. Edward Beard
This award is given to an individual who exhibits constructive concern for oppressed people; speaks out on issues affecting the lives of poor people; is active in community/civic affairs; promotes community and human betterment; has been involved in at least one activity worthy of Human Relations recognition; and exemplifies positive attitudes toward improving human relations.
Inez Easley Educator Award: Ms. Rhonda A. McNatt
This award is given to an educator who is involved in at least one worthy human relations activity during the school year, who promotes better human relations throughout the school system and who exemplifies positive attitudes toward improving human relations.
Alphonso McCoy Youth Award: Dextorist Timmons
This award is given to a student who must be 21 years of age or younger and who has resided in Cumberland County for at least one year prior to the nomination. The student must have provided outstanding human relations service to the community, for example, serving in their church or school, at a nursing home and/or for an individual, such as tutoring, mentoring or assisting the elderly.
Religious Leader Award: Pastor Al Brice
This award is given to a religious leader who promotes better human and race relations through activities and programs, which provide positive human relations and who is actively involved in attempting to resolve community problemsand who exemplifies positive attitudes toward improving human relations.
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