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Mayor's Commission on Aging - 2009 Senior Awards

On October 6, 2009, five Riverside seniors were honored for their community work by the Mayor's Commission on Aging. The Mayor's Lifetime Achievement Award and the Senior Citizen Awards are given each year for active community involvement and significant contributions to the quality of life in the City of Riverside.

Mayor's Lifetime Achievement Award Honoree

K. Wallace Longshore

After a lifetime of study and accomplishments, he is leading senior citizens in an effort to tackle global warming and give the gift of green to their grandchildren and great grandchildren.


The 2009 Senior Citizen Award honorees are:

Doris Morton

Recently retired after 40 years of service as a Riverside Community Hospital Pink Lady and at 90 years of age, she is still delivering meals on wheels.


Charlotte B. Van Etten

Has been an active volunteer in the City of Riverside and at 93 years of age has started writing, directing, and producing plays.


Mary Williams

Through her role as President of the Dales Senior Center Advisory Board she has raised money and interest for all of their existing programs and helped create new programs, like the first Senior Fashion Show.


M. Deane Wylie

As a court-appointed special advocate (CASA), he has mentored children stuck in the foster care system where often a CASA is the one constant, caring person in a child's life.


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