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Posted on: April 7, 2017

Commerce City recognizes 18 youth nominees for Adams County Mayors and Commissioners Youth Awards

ACMCYA award winners
FOUR LOCAL TEENS HONORED IN TOP 20; WILL BE RECOGNIZED NEXT MONTH

City council recognized 18 outstanding local youth Monday, who represented Commerce City at the Adams County Mayors and Commissioners Youth Awards (ACMCYA).

The ACMCYA is an annual award program that recognizes Adams County youth in grades 6-12 or under 21 years of age, who have overcome personal adversity and created positive change in their lives. The 2017 Commerce City nominees are: Joseph Banks, Veronica Chavez, Odessy Dominquez, Samantha Cruz-Mancia, Kylie Gonzales, Nicholas Gonzales, Simoukda Lounnivongsa, Brandon Macy, Kambrya Martinez, Jozlynn McCaslin, Ajaiye Mitchell, Maranda Moreno, Ryan Plamowski, Victoria Terrell, Kei-Sean Ware, Jaime Wickersheim, Jessica Wickersheim, and Nicole Wickersheim.

“These eighteen nominees are inspiring examples of the outstanding youth within our community,” said Mayor Sean Ford. “To hear the stories of what these youth have overcome and what they have accomplished in their lives is truly amazing. They have succeeded, they have made a difference, and they have created a positive environment for themselves and all those around them.”

Teens are nominated by counselors, parents, coaches and teachers for local and county consideration. Four of the city’s nominees will be honored as Adam County’s Top 20 students at an April 27 banquet at the Radiance Event Center in Commerce City, including: Jozlynn McCaslin, Jaime Wickersheim, Jessica Wickersheim and Nicole Wickersheim.
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