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Mayor's Day of Recognition for National Service
Transcript of Mayor's Day of Recognition for National Service
National Service Get Involved Resources To spotlight the impact of national service and thank those who serve, mayors across the country will participate in the first-ever Mayors Day of Recognition for National Service on April 9, 2013. A coordinated day of recognition presents a unique opportunity to spotlight the key role that national service plays in solving local problems and challenges.
Participating in the day will highlight the impact of citizen service, show support for nonprofit and national service groups, and inspire more residents to serve in their communities. Host, visit or serve at Public Events
Issue a mayoral proclamation naming April 9 as National Service Recognition Day
Use social media to thank national service members •Encourage Mayors to participate
•Ask your Mayor to issue a proclamation naming April 9 as National Service Recognition Day
•Use Twitter, Facebook, and other social media outlets to talk about national service
•Write an op-ed about the unique contributions of national service your city
•Issue a press release or report on the scope and impact of national service, AmeriCorps and Senior Corps, in your city
•Invite national service programs to a community conversation to discuss how they address city problems
http://www.nationalservice.gov/about/initiatives/participating_mayors.asp Find out if your Mayor is participating: