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Mayor's Recognition Award - Lon Turner
Whereas, the Town of Chino Valley is proud to recognize and express sincere appreciation to outgoing Vice Mayor Lon Turner for his service to the Community as Vice Mayor of the Town from December 2017 through today, and as a Councilmember since June, 2011. Lon has brought knowledge and a credibility that is instantly recognized by the citizenry and officials from the area. He has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to the residents of the Town of Chino Valley and has faced every challenge without a personal agenda, always considering the best for the community as a whole.
Mayor's Recognition Award - Darlene J. Westcott
Darlene J. Westcott, the Town of Chino Valley's first Children's Librarian, affectionately known throughout the community as "Miss Darlene," has served in that capacity from 1995 through 2018, and has also served as Assistant Librarian and Library Manager. On behalf of the Chino Valley Town Council and all the citizens of the Town, Darryl Croft, Mayor, does hereby recognize with gratitude for Darlene J. Westcott, "Librarian Extraordinaire," for 23 years of dedicated service to Chino Valley's children and families.
Veterans Day Proclamation - November 11, 2018
Whereas, at the 11th hour on the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918 marked the end of the ‘War to End All Wars,’ so named because of the great slaughter and destruction; and whereas, on June 1, 1954, Congress declared that Armistice Day should be Veterans Day to honor all who had served in all wars to preserve world peace and on October 8, 1954, President Dwight D. Eisenhower issued the first Veterans Day Proclamation. The Town of Chino Valley acknowledge November 11, 2018 as “Veterans Day” and urge all citizens of the Town to recognize the valor and sacrifice of our Veterans through ceremonies and prayers.
Charitable Tax Credit Giving Month November 2018
The State of Arizona tax credit program enables taxpayers to contribute $400 for a single taxpayer and $800 for taxpayers filing a joint tax return, and receive a dollar for dollar tax credit on their Arizona tax bill; and is a way of keeping our tax money in this community and builds a stronger and better community at no cost to the donors.
Prescott Area Artist Studio Tour - October 5-7, 2018
Whereas, the Prescott Area Artist Studio Tour is a non-profit organization that holds an annual self-guided tour of local artists' studios and art centers; and educates the public about the techniques and materials used by a wide range of artists through demonstrations at each Tour artist's studios; and whereas, the Town of Chino Valley joins the Prescott Area Artist Studio Tour in support of their work and mission by declaring an official celebration of the arts on October 5-7, 2018 known as the Prescott Area Artist Studio Tour.
Suicide Prevention Month - September 2018
The Suicide Prevention Coalition of Yavapai County is dedicated to reducing the frequency of suicide attempts and suicide deaths, and the pain for those affected by suicide deaths, through providing resources, education and support.
Purple Heart Day August 7, 2018
On August 7, 1782, General George Washington established the Badge of
Military Merit to honor enlisted soldiers of the Continental Army and was the first
award made available to the common soldier to recognize outstanding valor or merit; and today this honor is known as the Purple Heart. The Purple Heart is an
American military decoration awarded in the name of the President of the United
States to members of the Armed Forces wounded in combat, or posthumously to the next of kin for those killed or who die of wounds received in action by an instrument of war in the hands of the enemy while serving. We urge all of our citizens to recognize August 7th as Purple Heart Day and August 5th
through August 11th as Purple Heart Week in perpetuity to properly honor all those who were killed in action, or became wounded in defense of our country and, remember that "All gave some. Some gave all."
Poppy Days - May 25-26, 2018
America is the land of freedom, preserved and protected willingly and freely by citizen soldiers; and the red poppy has been designated as a symbol of sacrifice of lives in all wars; and the American Legion Auxiliary has pledged to remind America annually of this debt through the distribution of the memorial flower.
Stand With Me, Be Drug Free Week February 26-March 3, 2018
Embracing a vision of a healthy, vibrant, and strong community for children, youth, families and people of all ages; opportunity to acknowledge and celebrate these healthful citizens, and encourage our citizens to participate in the celebration of a drug-free, healthy community by participating in the planned events, activities and displays.
School Choice Week - January 21-27, 2018
Quality education is critically important to the economic vitality of Chino Valley, and School Choice Week is celebrated across the country by millions of students, parents, educators, schools and organizations to raise awareness of the need for effective educational options.
Youth Mentoring Month - January 2018
Urges citizens to seek mentoring opportunities to enhance the lives of our area youth, which will ultimately build a stronger community.
Charitable Tax Credit Giving Month November 2017
the State of Arizona tax credit program enables taxpayers to contribute $400 for a single taxpayer and $800 for taxpayers filing a joint tax return, and receive a dollar for dollar tax credit on their Arizona tax bill.
Rural Communities of Arizona Day - September 28, 2017
Rural Communities of Arizona Day
Arizona Cities and Towns Week - October 15-21, 2017
Arizona Cities and Towns Week
Bullying Awareness - October 22-28, 2017
Official 60th Anniversary Year of the Modern Arizona Rangers 08/08/2017
Urge all citizens to express their gratitude and appreciation to the dedicated members of the Arizona Rangers, “The few but proud, then and now” for their unwavering public service to their communities and to the State of Arizona.
Poppy Days May 26-27, 2017
Ask that all citizens pay tribute to those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in the name of freedom by wearing the Memorial Poppy on this day.
242nd Anniversary of the United States Army - June 14, 2017
Recognize the historic significance of June 14, 2017 as the 242nd Anniversary of the United States Army and express appreciation to the United States Army and its soldiers for 242 years of dedicated service.
Chino Valley Noontimers Lions Club - Celebrating 10 Years of Service
Recognize the Chino Valley Noontimers Lions Club for 10 years of unlimited, undaunted, and priceless service to the Chino Valley community.
Fair Housing Month - April 2017
Urge all citizens of this community to comply with the letter and spirit of the Fair Housing Law.
Career & Technical Education Month - February 2017
Mark the 100th anniversary of the Smith-Hughes Act, the first act of Congress to provide funding for career and technical education, allowing citizens to celebrate how far CTE has come to become a powerhouse of America’s economy.
Stand With Me, Be Drug Free Week - January 23-28, 2017
Encourage citizens to participate in the celebration of a drug-free, healthy community by participating in planned events, activities and displays.
School Choice Week - January 22-28, 2017
Raise awareness of the need for effective educational options.
Chris Marley Appreciation Day - December 13, 2016
Express appreciation for outgoing Mayor Chris Marley for striving to move the Town beyond the difficulties of the past, keeping the good of the community in the forefront, and working toward the future.
Charitable Tax Credit Giving Month - November 2016
In partnership with Yavapai Big Brothers Big Sisters, urge residents to keep their money local by making a donation to a qualified local charity and school.
Employer Support of the Guard & Reserve Week - August 21-27
Pay special tribute to the commitment of dedicated and supportive employers who continue to make service in the Reserve Components possible.
Police Appreciation Month - July 2016
Commemorate our law enforcement officers, past and present, who by their loyal and faithful devotion have rendered a dedicated service to their community.
Poppy Days - May 27-28, 2016
Pay tribute to those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in the name of freedom by wearing the Memorial Poppy.
National Law Enforcement Memorial Week - May 15-21, 2016
With the Chino Valley Police Department and the Chino Valley Police Officer’s Association, support the recognition of National Peace Officers Memorial Day every May 15, and the calendar week it falls in as National Police Week. In support and recognition of these dates, the Town will fly a “Thin Blue Line” flag on the Town Hall flagpole during this time in recognition of those Law Enforcement Officers who have given the ultimate sacrifice.
PowerTalk 21 Day - April 21, 2016
Recognize the importance of parents talking with their children about alcohol in order to reduce the risks and dangers posed to children and communities.
Fair Housing Month - April 2016
Encourage citizens to work for equal housing opportunities in their own communities.
Honor & Remember Month of Remembrance - May 2016
Show gratitude by appropriate display of the American Flag and the Honor and Remember Flag for the month of May 2016.
Increased Awareness Relating to Human Trafficking
Support for increasing awareness of human trafficking.