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(JEFFERSON CITY) – Lieutenant Governor Mike Parson is seeking nominations for the Lieutenant Governor’s Senior Service Award. The Lieutenant Governor’s Senior Service Award was enacted in 2005 to promote and highlight the positive accomplishments that Missouri’s senior citizens continually provide to their local communities.
“As an advocate for Missouri’s seniors, I am proud to recognize seniors all across our state for the work they do in their communities,” said Lieutenant Governor Parson. “The accomplishments of our state’s seniors often go unnoticed, and I intend to celebrate their accomplishments and thank them for helping to making Missouri a better place. I encourage all Missourians to nominate a deserving senior for this award,” Parson said.
Nominations are now being accepted through paper and electronic form on ltgov.mo.gov as well as local senior centers. Individuals should be at least 60 years of age and volunteer a minimum of 25 hours per year. The deadline for nominations is Wednesday, March 29. Please contact the Lieutenant Governor’s Office at 573-751-4727 or email [email protected] with any questions.