Hiram Clarke Civic Club - Hiram Clarke Civic Club "A World Class  Neighborhood"
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to 
Hiram Clarke!

Hiram Clarke Civic Club is an active civic club that is supported by both long-time and new residents  whose care and concern for the neighborhood is represented by their devotion of time and talent to preserve the unique character of the neighborhood.  The Civic Club is very active within the city and coordinates with the City of Houston, the Mayor's office, police, constables, and firemen to provide a safe  and communal living environment for its residents.   The Civic Club also serves as the contact for enforcing deed restrictions, a major contributor to improving the quality of the neighborhood  and remaining well-maintained.  We count on you to do your part in making this one of the cleanest and welcoming communities in Houston!
Nominate an 
Exceptional Youth 
for the 2015 
365Black Community Choice Youth Awards!
Deadline May 31, 2016

365Black Awards OverviewMcDonald’s 365Black Awards launched in 2003 as an extension of the company’s 365Black platform, which celebrates the pride, heritage and achievements of African-Americans year-round.Join us in celebrating today’s exceptional youth by nominating someone between the ages of 13-18 within your community to receive a $10,000 scholarship. We’re looking to honor exceptional youth who make a difference within their community through their vision, compassion, relentless courage and daily diligence which have resulted in significant local, national or global impact. 
Two recipients, one male and one female, will be recognized during the star-studded event which will be held Friday, July 3 during the 21 annual ESSENCE Festival™ in New Orleans.  
Scholarship Description:The purpose of the CCYA Scholarship is to assist the honoree to obtain a higher education or vocational skill at the school of his or her choice. If the recipient does not attend college or has sufficient alternate funding to attend college, then the $10,000 must be transferred to the honoree at the legal age of majority without the condition of a college attendance. However, at the honorees discretion, the scholarship can be applied against graduate or trade school tuition, fees and direct education expenses. All applicable taxes will be responsibility of the honoree.
How to Nominate:Download the nomination form, starting April 21, 2015. Download and print or download and save the nomination materials. Once the nomination form is completed, please email nomination form to, until May 31 2015, 11:59 pm CST. How many recipients are there? Two awards will be granted to one male and one female recipient. Each recipient will receive $10,000. The Thurgood Marshall College Fund will administer the scholarship. 365Black Awards
Nominee Attendance:Nominee must be able to travel on Wednesday, July 1 and must attend the 365Black Awards, Friday July 3. 

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