Date posted: October 12, 2014
Niagara Foundation publicly recognizes individuals and organizations who have distinguished themselves in their profession and contributed their time, energy, leadership, and dedication to the cause of dialog, peace, understanding, education and community service.
Each year, Niagara Foundation recognizes individuals and organizations in the Midwest community who have demonstrated strong commitment to serving their community while maintaining a global mindset.
This year’s honorees were:
Michael P. Flanagan, State Superintendent, Michigan Department Of Education, Education Award
Douglas Kindschi, Director, Kaufman Interfaith Institute At Grand Valley State University, Peace Award
David Crumm, Founder And Director , Read The Spirit, Media Award
Capuchin Soup Kitchen, Received By Jerry Smith, Director, Community & Public Service Award
Tom Watkins, President And Ceo, Detroit Wayne Mental Health Authority, Lifetime Leadership Award
Cynthia Canty, Producer And Host Of Michigan Radio’s Stateside, Master of Ceremonies.
The ceremony was held on Thursday, October 2, 2014.
Source: Niagara Foundation , October 8, 2014