Sen. Richardville honored for support of Michigans Children
LANSING—Sen. Randy Richardville was recently honored by Michigan’s Children at the organization’s legislative reception for his efforts on behalf of youngsters throughout the state.
“The health and safety of children in Michigan is one of my top priorities,” said Richardville, R-Monroe. “I am committed to working with organizations like Michigan’s Children to help ensure that our families and children have strong advocates.”
Richardville received the “Seasoned Advocate” award at the Michigan’s Children ninth annual Much Ado About Something Wonderful event in Lansing on Dec. 9. The reception brought together the governmental affairs community and legislators who are helping Michigan become the best state in the nation for youngsters.
“I am honored to receive this special award because there is nothing more important than the safety and success of our children,” Richardville said. “There are many significant issues like education, family initiatives, and health that affect the daily lives of our children, so it’s important for lawmakers to keep their best interests in mind.”
Michigan’s Children is a statewide, independent voice for children and their families. The organization works with lawmakers, business leaders, and communities to make Michigan a place where all children have the opportunity to thrive.
Posted: Tuesday, December 16, 2008
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