CSS opens 1995 awards competition for service

January 1995
New York Amsterdam News;1/14/95, Vol. 86 Issue 2, p20
Reports on the acceptance of nominations for the 1995 Josephine Shaw Lowell and the 1995 Ellen Lurie Community Service Awards by the Community Service Society of New York. Details on the nature of awards; List of earlier recipients of the awards.


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