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Wednesday, October 2, 2013

NEWS: Lt. Governor Civic Volunteer of the Year Award Recipient Announced

Price, UT - The Utah Commission on Service & Volunteerism (UCSV) has announced the recipients of the 2013 Eastern Region Lieutenant Governor´s Volunteer Awards as well as the 2013 Lieutenant Governor's Civic Volunteer of the Year Award:

Michael S. Milovich, 2013 Lieutenant Governor's Civic Volunteer of the Year Award
Habitat for Humanity of Castle Country; 2013 Eastern Region Volunteer Program of the Year Award
Danette Johnson; 2013 Eastern Region Adult Volunteer of the Year Award
Sarah Swasey; 2013 Eastern Region Youth Volunteer of the Year Award

The regional award winners will be honored October 2nd, 11:50 a.m., at the 2013 Lieutenant Governor's Eastern Region Volunteer Recognition and Awards Luncheon.  The luncheon will be held at the USU Eastern Campus, Jennifer Leavitt Student Center in Price. 
UCSV is pleased to announce David Litvack as the luncheon keynote.  David recently retired as a member of the Utah State House of Representatives where he served twelve years in the State House, and as the Minority Leader for four years. The title of his keynote address is:  The Power & Potential of Volunteerism: How Volunteerism Changes Lives and Much More!

In conjunction with the luncheon, UCSV will be hosting the Lt. Governor´s Eastern Region Conference on Service that day at the Student Center from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The Conference is dedicated to improving volunteer management in Utah and attendees represent the nonprofit, government, faith-based, and corporate sectors. 

The conference will offer nine workshops centered on volunteer management best practices in Utah. Presenters were chosen from local organizations such as the USU Eastern SUN Center, ETV 10 News, Moab Valley Multicultural Center, and more! 

Members of the media are encouraged to attend any of the conference´s events.  For interview information or additional questions please contact Katie Barlow 801-715-6717.

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