Community Involvement Starts At Home

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While growing up in Annapolis, I had great examples of active civic minded parents. My father was one of the “founding fathers” of Peninsula Athletic League (PAL), which still serves City Youths today. My mother still tirelessly volunteers at her adopted hometown church in Delaware.

My community involvement comes naturally to me and I believe it is a prerequisite for serving in any Public Office. My documented Community Service/Volunteer Time is extensive.

My current list of Volunteer time/Community Service or where I donate my time is as follows:

  • Board Member Anne Arundel Workforce Development Corporation Local Workforce-Appointed 2008, Re-appointed 2009.
  • Board of Director’s St. Mary’s Royal Blue Club (501c non-profit) 2001-to present.
  • County Certified Youth Football Coach 2007-to present.
  • Certified (STAND) Volunteer St. Mary’s Schools 2008-to present.
  • High School Football Coach St. Mary’s High School 2008- to present.
  • County Certified Girls Youth Lacrosse Coach 2008-to present.
  • Active St. Mary’s Parishioner.

As you can see,”giving back” to your community comes very naturally and I consistently look for other opportunities to serve my fellow Annapolitans. Before you ask people to vote for you, I believe you should serve your community first! My community service is extensive and is one of the reasons that I am most qualified candidate to serve the voters of Ward 5 as their Aldermen for the next four years.

Sincerely,

Jim Conley
Aldermanic Candidate Ward 5
www.conleyforward5.com

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