Deb Jack Named Good Citizen of the Year!
April 26, 2012
Surrey – Mayor Dianne Watts and Surrey City Council presented Surrey’s Deb Jack with this year’s Good Citizen of the Year Award last night at the City’s annual volunteer services celebration. The event was established by Surrey City Council and honours committee volunteers for their hard work throughout the year.
“The City of Surrey’s dedicated volunteers have helped shape our communities. We are very fortunate to have so many talented people contribute their time and energy to help make Surrey an even better place to live,” says Mayor Dianne Watts. “Deb Jack has demonstrated an exceptional commitment to the people and places of Surrey and her passion for our community is one of the reasons she is such an important leader in Surrey.”
Deb has been working tirelessly for the City of Surrey for many years. Some of her legacies include:
- President/ Founding member of the Surrey Environmental Partners
- Vice President of the White Rock/Surrey Naturalists
- Surrey’s Friends of the Forest volunteer
- 2011 City of Surrey ‘Green City Award’ recipient (individual category)
- Atira Women’s Resource Centre Board of Directors
The Good Citizen award recipient is chosen by Council and is presented to a City of Surrey resident who has given outstanding services for the betterment of the community.
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