Pascagoula announces Flagship Award winner, honorees

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The City of Pascagoula has announced its June 2017 Flagship Award Winner and Honorees.

The City of Pascagoula established the Flagship Award citizen recognition program to acknowledge and honor those citizens whose efforts and achievements help make Pascagoula a great place to live, work and play. The Pascagoula City Council believes it is important to express gratitude and appreciation for those citizens who demonstrate commitment and leadership through extraordinary accomplishments to the betterment of our community.

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The June 2017 Honorees were Melanie Caver, Sherry Wells Wycoff, and Steve Jordan.

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The June 2017 Flagship Award Winner was Rev. Larry Hawkins.

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