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Mayor Woody Jacobs Wins Prestigious Chester Freeman Park Board Award

by | Feb 15, 2017 | Breaking News, City News, Community, Cullman City, People

Mayor Woody Jacobs Wins Prestigious Chester Freeman Park Board Award

Cullman Mayor Woody Jacobs was a big winner in this year’s Alabama Recreation and Parks Association State Conference presentations.

Jacobs won the prestigious Chester Freeman Park Board Award.

In this interview, Mayor Jacobs explains his intense, nearly 30 year involvement in the creation, development and ongoing success with the Cullman City Parks and Recreation system:

 

Mayor Woody Jacobs Wins Prestigious Chester Freeman Park Board Award

Cullman City Parks and Recreation won several awards at this event as well:

Dinner on First won the Innovative Program or Event of the Year

This award was for cities with population 15,000 or more.

Additionally, the City Parks department at the Alabama Recreation and Parks Association District II Awards:

Angie Jochum = Merit in Recreation Award

This was for her work creating a model senior program.

Jimmie Dale Burgess = Volunteer of the Year Award

This was for his work commentating Miracle League softball games for the past decade.
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Mayor Woody Jacobs Wins Prestigious Chester Freeman Park Board Award

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