Camden County Wins 2011 National Achievement Awards for
Two Innovative County Programs!
Woodbine, GA – (June 14, 2011): The National Association of Counties recently announced that Camden County was selected to receive National Achievement Awards for their submissions on two county government programs that better serve area residents.
This year, the following county programs won NACo Achievement Awards:
Retirement Redesign – Maximizing a Key Employee Benefit
Helping Citizens Save Lives – Andrew Cohn Automatic External Defibrillator Program
“NACo is proud to confer this award and recognize your county’s hard work to promote quality, efficient, and responsive management and administration,” said Larry Naake, Executive Director, NACo.
“I’m thrilled with this announcement! NACo recognizes innovative county programs that modernize and streamline county government and increase its services to its citizen. To be formally recognized nationally allows Camden County to share our accomplishments with other counties across the nation,” said Steve L. Howard, County
Camden County will be formally recognized at NACo’s 15th Annual Awards Ceremony in Multnomah County, Oregon on Sunday, July 17, 2011.