Menifee resident awarded "Outstanding Citizen of the Year"


Last updated 3/26/2018 at 8:53am


Menifee resident Patricia Jones, second to the left, is the "2017 Outstanding Citizen of the Year," awarded by the Menifee City Council for her work with Hospice of the Valleys.

MENIFEE – The city of Menifee announced that Menifee resident Patricia Jones was honored at Menifee's City Council meeting, March 7, as the city's "2017 Outstanding Citizen of the Year."

Jones has continuously demonstrated a deep dedication to serving Menifee residents at the local Hospice of the Valleys for the past two decades. Through her service, Jones has dedicated more than 3,000 hours of her personal time and effort to the Hospice of the Valleys, bringing her kindness, passion and support to all those who are in need.

The honorary Citizen of the Month and Year program was initiated in 2016. The program recognizes individuals or organizations throughout the year that have made important contributions to the community through specific programs or projects which then reflects a positive effect on the lives of others within the city. Recognitions are presented each month, and all monthly recipients throughout the year are eligible to be nominated for Menifee's Outstanding Citizen of the Year Award that is selected by the Menifee Citizens Advisory Committee.

In order to nominate an individual or organization, nominees must live or work within the city of Menifee. The award program highlights individuals and organizations who have continuously demonstrated a passion for servitude in an effort to enhance the lives of others. At the time an application is submitted, supportive materials will be required. For more information, contact the city clerk's office at (951) 723-3708 or visit the city online at


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