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citizen of the year, jan page
DELTA SUN TIMES • JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2014 3
CITIZEN OF THE YEAR, JAN PAGE
(Continued from Page 1)
Citizen of the Year, Jan Page (center) receives
her award from 2012 Citizen of the Year, Jim
Mattison (left), and 2013 president, Chris
Middleton (right).
Teacher of the Year, Jean Turner, accepts
her kudos from Byron Union School District
Superintendent, Debbie Burnette.
Frank Morgan and Melinda Lamb show off
their Gatsby style.
Senator Mark DeSaulnier offered a lively
speech about the “State of the State.”
Chamber past president, Chris
Middleton, shared her thoughts
about Page:
a profound way. I am so grateful
to have received Kaleidoscope’s
assistance, it changed my life.”
“When Jan founded
Kaleidoscope, she started
a “movement” in our little
community. That movement has
helped hundreds of people deal
with the grief and pain of cancer.
There are not many individuals
who have helped others in such
For Teacher of the Year,
Jean Turner (Excelsior Middle
School) was recognized for her
outstanding achievements both in
and out of the classroom.
popular and well-run establishment
whose owners, Chris and Erica
Cookson, are very generous
supporters of community efforts
and school activities.
Morgan Delta Adventure Cruises,
Elite Home Inspection, Discovery
Locks & More, Kaleidescope,
Marples & Associates, Pierce
Chiropractic Group.
The outstanding Nominees were as
follows:
For Citizen of the Year: Jan Page
(winner), Darla Cavallaro, Amanda
Dove, Brittany Koehne, Robert
Lyman, Cathie Marples, Jim Mattison,
Jan McCleery, Ed & Jean Stewart.
Business of the Year honors
went to the Boardwalk Grill, a
For Business of the Year:
Boardwalk Grill (winner), Rita
Caruso/RPM Mortgage, Captain

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