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Commissions Human Relations Commission Embrace Civility Award

The Human Relations Commission: Embrace Civility Award

The Embrace Civility Award recognizes people in our community who 
exemplify one or more of the following attributes: 
• Acts as a role model of positive civic behavior 
• Takes a stand in support of respect and responsible actions
• Promotes positive neighbor to neighbor relations

Nominate Someone! 

Nominations for the 2014 Embrace Civility Award are now being accepted

Click here to start a submission

Read on for information about past winners of this prestigious award


2013 Embrace Civility Award Winner - Raymond Flade

On October 15, 2013, the Human Relations Commission awarded their annual Embrace Civility award to Beverly Hills resident Raymond Flade. Mr. Flade received a proclamation from the City Council recognizing his contribution to civility in Beverly Hills by promoting positive human relations in all aspects of community life and exemplifying the following attributes: acts as a role model of positive civic behavior; takes a stand in support of respect and responsible actions; and promotes neighbor to neighbor relations.


(Pictured: Commissioner Sharona Nazarian, Commission Chair Rochelle Ginsburg, Melanie Bellamo of BH Small Animal Hospital, Donna Flade, Raymond Flade, Mayor John Mirisch, Vice Mayor Lili Bosse, Dr. John B. Winters of BH Small Animal Hospital, Commissioner Ilona Sherman, Christopher Biehl, Commissioner Barbara Linder and Flade grandson, Ryan Biehl)


2012 Embrace Civility Award Winner - Ronald Boze

On June 19, 2012, the Human Relations Commission awarded their inaugural Embrace Civility award to Beverly Hills resident Ronald Boze. Mr. Boze received a proclamation from the City Council recognizing his contribution to civility in Beverly Hills by promoting positive human relations in all aspects of community life and exemplifying the following attributes: acts as a role model of positive civic behavior; takes a stand in support of respect and responsible actions; and promotes neighbor to neighbor relations.


(Pictured: Human Relations Commission Chair Ilona Sherman, commissioners Barbara Linder, Yar Meshkaty and Tom Pease, Mr. Boze, his nominator George Hadley-Garcia, commissioners Dr. Sharona R. Nazarian and Vice Chair Rochelle Ginsburg)

See below to learn more about the Human Relations Commission's Embrace Civility Initiatives