Alameda County Presiding Judge Jon R. Rolefson, Wendall Mitchell, Member, Board of Directors, Lincoln Child Center, Tony Thurmond, Senior Director of Community Based Programs, Lincoln Child Center, and Alameda County Superior Court Judge Gordon Baranco.
The Lincoln Child Center received Liberty Bell Award from the Alameda County Superior Court’s Law Day Committee. Presiding Judge Jon R. Rolefson is holding the Law Day Proclamation document signed by the Alameda County Board of Supervisors, County Administrator, and Assistant Presiding Judge. Lincoln Child Center enables vulnerable and emotionally troubled children and their families to lead independent and fulfilling lives. The Liberty Bell Award was presented by Alameda to the Lincoln Child Center because the Center provided outstanding community service, stimulated a sense of civic responsibility, and encouraged a greater respect for law and the courts. May 2011 was proclaimed Law Month 2011 by Alameda County. Law Month urges the communities, schools, businesses, and media of Alameda County to celebrate our democratic heritage and participate in preserving and strengthening the rule of law through education and discussion about the everyday application of democratic, civic and legal processes in our communities.
Lincoln Child Center was recently honored by receiving the Liberty Bell Award. The Liberty Bell Award recognizes an organization who has: