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Lisa Skelley and Grace Diner

 


Dear Editor,

Thank you to the Culver City Observer and specifically to Sandra Coopersmith for the beautiful, detailed and well-deserved feature story on Lisa Skelley and Grace Diner.

The Culver City Equity and Human Relations Advisory Committee carefully considered nominations for our Equity and Human Relations Awards. We determined that Lisa Skelley was by far the person who most deserved her award, and that Grace Diner, which Lisa Skelley has grown to serve nutritious meals to a great number of needy people, most deserved the award given to nonprofit organizations.

Members of the committee's Community Contributions Subcommittee, most responsible for analyzing the nominations and working with a local business to create handsome medallions, are Anissa Di Vincente, Jared Morgan and Haiffa Moammar.

Nominations are now being taken for the 2022 Equity and Human Relations Award. There are four categories: individual, nonprofit, student and business person. Nomination forms can be found on the Equity and Human Relations Advisory Committee webpage, located on the city website: http://www.culvercity.org.

Sincerely,

Rebecca Rona-Tuttle

Chair

Culver City Equity and Human Relations Committee

rebecca.rona@culvercity.org

 

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