City Clerk Liz Aguire won the 2011 Humanitarian Award from the California City Clerk’s Association.
“It was a surprise and incredibly humbling. I am honored to receive this award,” she stated in a news release.
Association president Randi Johl, who is also the city clerk for Lodi, gave Aguire the award at the association’s annual conference at the end of April.
Aguire is on the board of directors at Lodi Memorial Hospital, vice president for the Galt Kiwanis Club and a Key Club adviser for a local high school. She also sits on the McFarland Ranch Restoration Project board and is a member of Friends of the Library and the Galt Historical Society.
“Often when citizens need help, City Clerk Liz Aguire is the person they automatically look to for assistance,” Mayor Barbara Payne stated. “Because Liz really cares about the people of the community, she is happy to help them.”