Milford city clerk's office celebrates
April 29 through May 5 was designated as the 43rd Annual Municipal Clerks Week. It was an opportunity to celebrate the works of Town and City Clerks throughout the United States, Canada and 15 other countries. The international Institute of Municipal Clerks has sponsored Municipal Clerks Week since 1969. In 1984 and 1994, Presidents Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton, respectively, signed a Proclamation officially declaring the first full week of May, Municipal Clerks Week.
The event is aimed at increasing the public’s awareness of the vital services provided for local government and the community. Milford took great pride in celebrating this week as staff raised funds for the Milford Rape Crisis Center, Walk A Mile in Her Shoes. Staff walked as a team: City Clerk’s Fancy Footworks. In addition, they collected 5 boxes of foodstuffs needed by the Milford Food Bank, which is located at the Senior Center. They help anyone who is in need of food. A reception for all those who visit the office was held and Mayor Blake delivered a Proclamation, proclaiming April 29 through May 5, Municipal Clerks Week in Milford.
The week was a success, thanks to the wonderful staff in the City Clerk’s office, who are always willing to go the extra mile.
Note: Information in this release was submitted by Milford City Clerk Linda Stock.
Photo caption left to right:
Bonnie Peloso, Assistant City Clerk
Bonnie Kulenych, Clerk
Laura Hunt, Clerk
Rose Elliott, Assistant City Clerk (kneeling)
Suzanne Paul, Assistant City Clerk (kneeling)
Gloria Gouse, Clerk (kneeling)
Linda Stock, City Clerk