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CRi's Cherie Harris Honored by Arlington as Grassroots COVID-19 Hero

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The Arlington County Board honored recipients of the Arlington's COVID-19 Heroes award during its Recessed Board meeting on Jan. 25, 2022.

The community-nominated awards celebrate Arlington residents, community groups, and businesses making significant impact in the fight against the effects of the pandemic.

"Thank you to our COVID heroes for choosing to serve. Despite all challenges, you chose Arlington – at times, even over your own health and safety," noted County Board Chair Katie Cristol. "Your community is grateful for your humanity and selfless dedication."

The County received 161 award nominations from people who live, work or spend significant time in Arlington, with 78 recipients selected.

"The unsung COVID-19 heroes being honored are outstanding examples of service, sacrifice, and community," said Dr. Aaron Miller, Director of the Department of Public Safety Communications and Emergency Management. "They continually drive forward efforts to help others through the pandemic."

Outstanding Individual Service Award

CRi is proud to announce that Cherie Harris was recognized for acknowledging individuals who have supported others through the difficulties of the pandemic. Congratulations, Cherie!! 

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