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Proclamation for A-OK Weekend

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Proclamation by Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner of September 11 & 12, 2010 as a Weekend of Compassion in Syracuse.

Proclamation by Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner of September 11 & 12, 2010 as a Weekend of Compassion in Syracuse.

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  • 1. O F F I C E O F T H E M A Y O R Stephanie A. Miner, Mayor PROCLAMATION WHEREAS, on September 11-12, 2010 many expressions of compassion in Syracuse occurred as parts of the “Acts of Kindness” weekend and hundreds of people worked on building relationships, programs and tools that will nurture and empower children, families and communities to be compassionate members of society; and WHEREAS, communities need thoughtful, creative adults who are actively engaged citizens; and WHEREAS, a group of concerned citizens is promoting the Charter for Compassion and the Ten Year-Campaign for Compassionate Cities as important next steps for affirming the principle of compassion and utilizing the Charter as a way to stimulate volunteer community service projects; and WHEREAS, as a part of the Ten Year Campaign for Compassionate Cities there will be opportunities to connect organizations that are in need of resources and volunteers with community members who can assist them; and WHEREAS, Syracuse is known for its leadership and innovation in the continuing effort to promote the values of justice, equity and respect for all peoples; and WHEREAS, we acknowledge our role and responsibility to make compassion a clear and dynamic force in our city and through educational efforts and deliberate actions; and WHEREAS, a Compassionate City deepens the quality and the extent to which its citizens embrace compassionate action in caring for its own neighbors. NOW, THEREFORE, I, STEPHANIE A. MINER, Mayor of the City of Syracuse, do hereby proclaim the eleventh and twelfth days of September, two-thousand and ten as a WEEKEND OF COMPASSION in the City of Syracuse IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the Seal of the City of Syracuse to be imprinted this eleventh day of September, two-thousand and ten. _________________________ Stephanie A. Miner Mayor