U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIORBUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT
News.bytes Extra, issue 231
Virginia Freeman presented with award at national ceremony
Virginia Freeman of Susanville, a volunteer with BLM's California wild horse and burro program in Susanville, was presented a "Making a Difference" award at a May 10 ceremony in Washington, D.C. She has volunteered with BLM-California's Wild Horse and Burro Program for more than a decade.
Freeman was profiled in a News.bytes Extra, when the national awards were announced.
Below (from left):
Dan DuBray, BLM's assistant director for communications, award winner Virginia Freeman and BLM California assistant state director Jim Abbott.
When those who have worked with Virginia Freeman learned of the award, they gathered some facts and anecdotes about her. For instance:
Lynn Scarlett, Acting Secretary of the Interior, opened the awards ceremony:
Profiles of all 2006 BLM "Making A Difference" National Volunteer Award winners.
BLM California News.bytes, issue 231
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