Sand Springs, OK- The Oklahoma Municipal Clerks, Treasurers and Finance Officials Association (OMCTFOA) recognized Sand Springs City Clerk Janice Almy as Member of the Year this month at the Oklahoma Municipal League’s annual conference.
The purpose of the OMCTFOA Member of the Year Awards is to identify and recognize a member who has made a significant contribution to the objectives of the association, the profession and to the improvement of municipal government.
Almy has been a member of OMCTFOA since 1999, joined the Board in 2010 and has served on the Board as Secretary, Treasurer, Vice President, President and Past President.
“It is an honor to be recognized by OMCTFOA,” said Almy. “I enjoy the work we do as an organization and the way I’m able to give back to my community.”
Over the years, Almy has been instrumental in many community events including Municipal Government Week where she created skits for mock Council meetings held by high school students and gave tours of various City departments to students.
“It’s important to educate young people about the role of municipal government,” said Almy. “These are our future tax payers, City Councilors and even employees.”
The award was presented by Cindy Pollard, OMCTFOA 2016 President and past 2015 Member of the Year, Tony Davenport.