Employees receive Texans Caring for Texans recognition

Texans Caring for TexansEach year state agencies from the upper 26 counties in the Texas Panhandle are are invited to select an employee or team of employees to receive a Texans Caring for Texans award.

The 2017 Texans Caring for Texans recipients were honored in a ceremony Aug. 10 on the West Texas A&M University campus in Canyon. Honorees from the TTUHSC campus in Amarillo campus included social workers Jane Carter and Gracie Mubarak from the School of Medicine’s Ambulatory Clinic and Shari Morris from the School of Pharmacy’s Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences.

The Texans Caring for Texans award recognizes state employees in the Texas Panhandle for the effort they put forth to positively impact their communities. The event was created in 1996 by former State Representative David Swinford.

 
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