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Awards• Continuing a 26-year tradition, Native American Recognition Days’ annual banquet at the Heard Museum on Nov. 19 honored the following six members of the Native American community. Debra Krol was recognized with the festival’s Woman of the Year Award. ...

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Government• Steve Owens, director of the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality, has been elected president of the Environmental Council of the States (ECOS).“As ECOS president, I will be working closely with the new national leadership to develop a better working ...

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Media• The Arizona Newspapers Association will present its annual Freedom of Information awards to those people whose actions reinforce the principle of open government. The nominees are:Rhonda Bodfield and Enric Volante, Arizona Daily Star, for their investigation into Pima County ...

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Awards•  The life of the late Sen. Franklin “Jake” Flake will be honored by the Arizona Chamber of Commerce & Industry with the organization’s 2008 Heritage Award during a dinner and ceremony on Dec. 5.“The Arizona Chamber is privileged to ...

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Awards• Margie A. Emmermann, director of the Arizona Office of Tourism (AOT), has been named “2008 State Tourism Director of the Year” by the National Council of State Tourism Directors.This honor is given annually to a tourism director whose leadership ...

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Arts• Denisha de Mos has been appointed director of business initiatives for The Maricopa Partnership for Arts and Culture. In this newly created position, de Mos will work with board and staff members in the development of strategic products. De ...

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Awards• At its recent annual meeting, the Arizona Wildlife Federation (AWF) recognized the following seven individuals and groups who have distinguished themselves by “their commitment to Arizona’s wildlife and habitat, and to the conservation ethic.” AWF Conservation Award winners: Henry ...

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  Councils Chris Camacho, former president and CEO of the Greater Yuma Economic Development Corporation (GYEDC), has joined the Greater Phoenix Economic Council as vice president of business development.. During his three and a half year tenure, GYEDC helped with ...

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Government• Anne T. Hilby has been appointed press secretary for Attorney General Terry Goddard. Hilby has worked in communications at the Attorney General’s Office since January 2007. Prior to her government service, she participated in her family’s Phoenix-area real estate ...

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CouncilsThe Arizona Technology Council has named the following eight people to its board of directors at its recent meeting in Phoenix• Joe Beery, CIO and senior vice president, US Airways• Ray Harris, Esq., director, Fennemore Craig• Robert G. Lepore, vice ...

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