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Career & Technical Education Month - February 2017 Career & Technical Education Month - February 2017
February 2017, has been designated Career and Technical Education Month® by the Association for Career and Technical Education. Mayor Croft does hereby proclaim the month of February 2017 as Career and Technical Education Month in Chino Valley, Arizona, and urge all of our citizens to recognize this observance.
Stand With Me, Be Drug Free Week January 23-28, 2017 Stand With Me, Be Drug Free Week January 23-28, 2017
Commend the youngest of our citizens for not using alcohol, as 85% of 8th grade students, 69% of 10th grade students and 56% of 12 grade students DO NOT use alcohol; for not using marijuana, as 91% of 8th grade students, 79% of 10th grade students and 74% of 12th grade students DO NOT use marijuana; and for not abusing prescription drugs, as 94% of 8th grade students, 94% of 10th grade students and 95% of 12th grade students DO NOT abuse prescription drugs. Therefore, I, Darryl L. Croft, Mayor of the Town of Chino Valley, do hereby proclaim January 23-28, 2017 to be Stand With Me, Be Drug Free Week, and encourages all of 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 22-28, 2017 School Choice Week - January 22-28, 2017
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. Therefore, I, Darryl L. Croft, Mayor of the Town of Chino Valley, do hereby proclaim January 22-28, 2017 as School Choice Week in Chino Valley, Arizona, and call this observance to the attention of all of our citizens.
Chris Marley Appreciation Day December 13, 2016 Chris Marley Appreciation Day December 13, 2016
Chris Marley was elected as Mayor of Chino Valley in 2011. The new Mayor faced many challenges and difficult decisions. He led the Council in responding to those challenges and making the difficult decisions with resolve and compassion. Mayor Marley strove to move the Town beyond the difficulties of the past, keep the good of the community in the forefront, and work toward the future. The Mayor’s campaign “yacht,” Hawaiian shirts, wry jokes, self-effacing nature, and mostly, his commitment to the people of Chino Valley, have endeared him to many. Therefore, I, Darryl Croft, Mayor-Elect of the Town of Chino Valley, do hereby proclaim December 13, 2016 as Chris Marley Appreciation Day in Chino Valley, Arizona, and urge all of our citizens to recognize this observance.
Charitable Tax Credit Giving Month November 2016 Charitable Tax Credit Giving Month November 2016
Chris Marley, Mayor of the Town of Chino Valley, in partnership with Yavapai Big Brothers Big Sisters, do hereby proclaim November 2016 as Charitable Tax Credit Giving Month, and urge all of our citizens to recognize this observance and, for the good of the community, 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 Employer Support of the Guard & Reserve Week August 21-27
Proclaim August 21-27, 2016 as National Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve Week in Chino Valley, Arizona and urge all of our citizens to recognize this observances.
Police Appreciation Month - July 2016 Police Appreciation Month - July 2016
Proclaim the month of July as Police Appreciation Month in Chino Valley, Arizona, and urge all of our citizens to recognize this observance.
Poppy Days - May 27-28, 2016 Poppy Days - May 27-28, 2016
Proclaim May 27-28, 2016 as Poppy Days in Chino Valley, Arizona, and 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.
Supporting National Law Enforcement Memorial Week May 15-21, 2016 Supporting National Law Enforcement Memorial Week May 15-21, 2016
Proclaim in concert with the Chino Valley Police Department and the Chino Valley Police Officer’s Association, May 15-21, 2016 as National Law Enforcement Memorial Week in Chino Valley, Arizona, and urge all of our citizens to recognize this observance and 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 of Chino Valley 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 PowerTalk 21 Day - April 21, 2016
Recognizes 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 Fair Housing Month April 2016
Encourage citizens to work for equal housing opportunities in our own communities.
Honor & Remember Month of Remembrance May 2016 Honor & Remember Month of Remembrance May 2016
Show our 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 Increased Awareness Relating to Human Trafficking
Proclaim the Town of Chino Valley's support for increasing awareness of human trafficking.
Charitable Tax Crdit Giving Month - November 2015 Charitable Tax Crdit Giving Month - November 2015
Proclaim November 2015 as Charitable Tax Credit Giving Month, and urge all of our citizens to recognize this observance and, for the good of the community, urge residents to keep their money local by making a donation to a qualified local charity and school.
National Patriotism Week - September 7-13, 2015 National Patriotism Week - September 7-13, 2015
Promotes the ideals that citizens of this nation live in freedom, won through great sacrifices.
Employer Support of the Guard & Reserve Week - August 16-22, 2015 Employer Support of the Guard & Reserve Week - August 16-22, 2015
Proclaim August 16-22, 2015 as National Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve Week in Chino Valley, Arizona, and urge all citizens to join with the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks in expressing gratitude for the privilege of American Citizenship with appropriate celebrations and observances.
Child Support Awareness Month - August 2015 Child Support Awareness Month - August 2015
With the focus on a change in culture, the Arizona Department of Economic Security Division of Child Support Services is committed to engaging with parents and families through improved accessibility, providing personal development and employment opportunities to assist Arizonans to reach their full potential, humbly serving Arizonans with excellence, respect, integrity and kindness, and being a champion for economic growth and opportunity.
America the Beautiful and Bag Ready Jobs Month - August 2015 America the Beautiful and Bag Ready Jobs Month - August 2015
Proclaim August 2015 as America the Beautiful & Bag Ready Jobs Month in Chino Valley, Arizona, and urge all of our citizens to recognize this observance.
Marine Corps League Day - June 20, 2015 Marine Corps League Day - June 20, 2015
Proclaim June 20, 2015 as Marine Corps League Day in Chino Valley, Arizona, and urge all of our citizens to recognize this observance.
Poppy Days - May 22-23, 2015 Poppy Days - May 22-23, 2015
Citizens pay tribute to those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in the name of freedom by wearing the Memorial Poppy on this day.
Mental Health Month - May 2015 Mental Health Month - May 2015
Increasing awareness and understanding of mental health, the steps our citizens can take to protect their mental health, and the need for appropriate and accessible services for all people with mental health conditions before they reach stage 4.
Mayor's Day of Recognition for National Service Mayor's Day of Recognition for National Service
Recognize the positive impact of national service in our town and thank those who serve; and to find ways to give back to their communities.