Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Deputy Mayor Caswell Holloway and Commissioner Edna Wells Handy Join With The Hundred Year Association of New York to Honor 10 Outstanding Civil ServantsLuke Vander Linden : December 23, 2011 11:11 am : Association News, Awards, The E. Virgil Conway College Scholarships, The Isaac Liberman Public Service Awards
Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Deputy Mayor Caswell Holloway and Department of Citywide Administrative Services Commissioner Edna Wells Handy joined representatives of the Hundred Year Association of New York on Wednesday, December 21st to honor 10 outstanding civil servants and 15 academically talented children of City employees, who received $17,500 in cash awards and $27,000 in college scholarships from the Association’s members.
Joining Commissioner Handy for the awards ceremony at Police Department headquarters were Department of Parks and Recreation Commissioner Adrian Benepe; Department of Homeless Services Commissioner Seth Diamond; Department of Sanitation Commissioner John Doherty; Small Business Services Commissioner Robert Walsh; Human Resources Commissioner Robert Doar; and representatives of the Hundred Year Association and its 200 member organizations. more »
The Hundred Year Association of New York honored the 2009 winners of the Isaac Liberman Public Service Awards and E. Virgil Conway College Scholarships in a special ceremony on December 16, 2009. Department of Citywide Administrative Services Commissioner Martha K. Hirst lead the event, held at One Police Plaza.
Each year, the Hundred Year Association reviews the achievements of City employees to identify those who, through dedication beyond their job descriptions, have provided outstanding service to the people of New York City. The Association also awards scholarships for the children of career civil servants. Winners are chosen by an Awards Committee. Recipients of the awards receive between $1,000 and $6,000. The 25 winners this year were granted $54,000.
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Sharraine Franklin works in the Public Health Detailing Program, which sends field workers out to the City’s most disadvantaged neighborhoods to improve the health of residents. Ms. Franklin visits doctors’ offices in the South Bronx to share techniques for helping patients with critical public health problems, such as heart disease, diabetes, obesity, and depression. Her daily efforts embody the agency’s mission to promote the health and mental health of all New Yorkers.