Nominations for Queen Creek’s Great Neighbor Program due Nov. 30

Members of the community were honored for their service to the community by the Queen Creek Town Council during the council’s Sept. 21 meeting. Great Neighbor Award recipients included Joe and Laura Kolnick, center, and their family. (Independent Newspapers/Wendy Miller)

Members of the community were honored for their service to the community by the Queen Creek Town Council during the council’s Sept. 21 meeting. Great Neighbor Award recipients included Joe and Laura Kolnick, center, and their family. (Independent Newspapers/Wendy Miller)

The Queen Creek Town Council invites Queen Creek residents to nominate and recognize neighbors for the town’s Great Neighbor program.

Residents who know someone who deserves to be recognized as a Great Neighbor, someone who goes above and beyond to assist others, must nominate the individual online at QueenCreek.org/GreatNeighbor by Nov. 30.

Strong neighborhoods are the cornerstone of a great community and the town is proud to recognize and honor residents who go out of his or her way to improve and enhance the quality of life in Queen Creek, according to a press release.

Recipients will be honored by the town council and presented with a certificate and photo opportunity with Mayor Gail Barney during the Dec. 21 town council meeting.

The Great Neighbor ceremony is held quarterly.

For news and information about the town of Queen Creek, visit QueenCreek.org.

 

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