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2004 - Mrs. JoAnn Czech, 6th US Army Recruiting Brigade, Salt Lake City Recruiting Battalion

Mrs. JoAnn Czech

Emma Marie Baird Award for Outstanding Volunteer Service

2004 - Mrs. JoAnn Czech, 6th US Army Recruiting Brigade, Salt Lake City Recruiting Battalion

Mrs. JoAnn Czech, 6th U.S. Army Recruiting Brigade, Salt Lake City Battalion volunteer, will be awarded the 2004 Emma Marie Baird Award for Outstanding Volunteer Service in Army Community Service (ACS) during a local ceremony.

Nominations for this award are submitted by Army installation, reviewed by major Army command panels and the United States Army Community & Family Support Center Panel, which makes recommendations for the award to the Chief of Staff, Army. Czech becomes one of 44 ACS volunteers Army-wide who have received this Department of Army level award.

Since 1982, Mrs. Czech provided over 4,000 hours of service to ACS in Germany and throughout the United States Army Recruiting Command. Mrs. Czech served as the Assistant Volunteer Supervisor while living in Kitzingen, Germany. Currently, as a Salt Lake City Battalion, 6th Recruiting Brigade's Army Family Team Building (AFTB) Program Coordinator, Mrs. Czech is directly involved with the creation, education and implementation of the AFTB Instructor Training course, certifying over 17 new Instructors and three Master Trainers, located throughout five states including three companies and 22 recruiting stations. She is a frequent contributor to the USAREC AFTB monthly newsletter. As a result of her broad knowledge base, she represented Salt Lake City Battalion, 6th Recruiting Brigade and USAREC at various conferences and forums such as the Department of the Army Family Action Plan Conference.

Czech's volunteer efforts extend into the local community, where she currently serves president elect for the Grandview Elementary Parent Teacher Association, holds leadership positions within youth, adult and congregational groups in her church; and is an active volunteer with the Boy Scouts of America and Family History Center.

Czech received many awards from ACS and the 6th Army Recruiting Brigade, Salt Lake Battalion, for her service, most recently the Volunteer Award Gold, the highest USAREC award for volunteers.

Over the years, Mrs. Czech received many awards from ACS and the Recruiting Battalion. She most recently received the Volunteer Award Gold, the highest USAREC award for volunteers.

Mrs. Czech will receive a gold lapel pin and a citation signed by the Chief of Staff, Army, recognizing her achievements.
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