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Richland County, SC - Richland County Councilwomen Joyce Dickerson and Julie-Ann Dixon are seeking nominations for the 2016 Richland County Distinguished Community Leadership Award (RCDCL). Seven RCDCL awards will be presented to honor the unsung heroines who have made a positive difference in Richland County through their service of advocacy, education and quality of life. The awards are to recognize the recipients' tireless and selfless efforts to be helpful, effective and responsible advocates for all mankind.
The RCDCL Awards will be presented at the Second Annual Richland County Distinguished Women’s Awards Luncheon in recognition of Women’s History Month; Thursday, March 24, 2015 at 11:30 a.m., at the Richland County Administration Building, 4th floor conference room.
If you know a woman who has given of herself to ensure the progression of her community, please nominate her for a RCDCL Award. The deadline for submitting a nomination is Monday, February 29, 2016. A copy of the nomination form may be obtained online at www.rcgov.us (county council news), by email at: email@example.com (please type Richland County Distinguished Community Leadership Award in the subject line) or by clicking the following link: 2016 Richland County's Distinguished Community Leadership Award Nomination Form.pdf.
For more information call the Office of Richland County Council (803) 576-2060.
Men and women interested in a career as a detention officer are encouraged to attend a career fair at Richland County’s Alvin S. Glenn Detention Center.
The following are highlights from Richland County Government in January.
As part of ongoing projects to revitalize Richland County’s Decker Boulevard, the demolition of a shuttered former bank building on Decker Boulevard got underway Monday, bringing a fresh face to a prominent intersection in a vibrant community.
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