Footprint chapter gets national award |

Footprint chapter gets national award

Staff reports

This past month, at the annual convention of the International Footprint Association held in Salt Lake City, Utah, Carson Valley Chapter #72 was presented with the Judge Alvin Sheehy Award for outstanding achievement.

Past National President Lon Curtis, who is also a past president of chapters #35 and #72, gave the national convention a presentation of the Douglas County TRIAD program.

The Carson Valley chapter was founded by Curtis. The purpose is to encourage friendship and cooperation between peace officers and persons having a positive attitude toward preserving the public welfare.

The IFA was very receptive to the presentation and many of the chapters are seeking more information about the Douglas County TRIAD program.

Curtis, chairman of TRIAD, presented the award plaque to Footprints member Douglas County Sheriff Ron Pierini. The award will be displayed at the entrance of the sheriff’s office, as is the TRIAD charter and the IFA charter.

“The Carson Valley IFA chapter is growing rapidly and we welcome any new members who are concerned with our purpose,” Curtis said.

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