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Legislation #: 010143 Introduction Date: 1/25/2001
Type: Special Action Effective Date: 1/25/2001
Sponsor: COUNCILMEMBER NASH
Title: Recognizing Ronald D. McMillan for his dedicated and tireless effort in the education/prevention endeavors targeting the high-risk urban population.

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1/25/2001

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1/25/2001

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RESOLUTION NO. 010143

Recognizing Ronald D. McMillan for his dedicated and tireless effort in the education/prevention endeavors targeting the high-risk urban population.

 

WHEREAS, Ron is the HIV/AIDS Educator Community Outreach Specialist at the Kansas City Free Health Clinic and culturally specific street outreach education/prevention programs, creates community events that involve high risk populations in harm reduction programs and conducts a clean syringe exchange program; and

 

WHEREAS, Ron designed harm reduction models in drug and alcohol addiction, infectious diseases and violence for the past four years, and is a radio and television producer, program host and public speaker and community activist; and

 

WHEREAS, Rons new program, Survival...Reducing the Harm a Bridge to the 21st Century is a strategic response for the development of a holistic plan for our children. This plan must educate and prepare individuals and communities for survival in the 21st Century; NOW, THEREFORE,

 

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF KANSAS CITY:

That the Mayor and Council hereby congratulate Ronald D. McMillan for his tireless effort, dedication and leadership he provides as a community activist; and

 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this Resolution be spread upon the Minutes of the Council in testimony thereof and a copy hereof be presented to Ronald D. McMillan in recognition of his exceptional dedication and leadership in the education/prevention endeavors for the high-risk urban population in Kansas City.

 

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