Leadership Roswell Alumni Association gives honors

June 21, 2013 • Local News

Teen Leadership Awards were presented Thursday night during the Leadership Roswell Alumni Association’s 16th annual awards banquet. (Jill McLaughlin Photo)

Leadership Roswell Alumni Association recognized several community leaders Thursday night during its 16th annual awards banquet held at the New Mexico Military Institute.

“I think part of what we’re doing … we are happy to honor the leaders in our community,” said President Elect Alaine Mayfield. “It’s amazing every year.

Jim Lilley, a U.S. Army veteran, was presented with the Lifetime Achievement Award for his service as a leader and volunteer in Roswell for many years. Lilley serves as a tutor with the Roswell Literacy Council, a lector at Assumption Catholic Church and works with the disaster team with Chaves County Red Cross. Lilley has also taught life guarding for nearly 50 years and is active in Senior Login to read more

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  1. Pearce says:

    Congratulations Joan!

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