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Department of Senior Services seeks nominations for Hall of Fame  

Special to the Enquirer  

The Alabama Department of Senior Services is seeking nominations for outstanding individuals to be considered for induction into the 2022 Alabama Senior Citizens Hall of Fame.  

Married couples who have celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary or more, and individuals who are 100 years old or older, are also honored by the Alabama Senior Citizens Hall of Fame each year. 

Individuals and organizations interested in nominating someone can visit www.alabamaageline.gov for a nomination form. Deadline for nominations is May 1. Inductees and award winners will be announced in August 2022. 

The Alabama Senior Citizens Hall of Fame has honored and recognized Alabamians age 60 or older for their outstanding contributions to the lives of older Alabamians in their local communities since 1983. 

“This is the one major event in Alabama each year where individuals are formally honored and recognized for their selfless works and dedication to serving citizens in their community,” said Department of Senior Services Commissioner Jean Brown. “It is truly an honor to recognize a group of seniors who have contributed so much to improving the lives of older Alabamians.” 

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