JEFFORD CURRE’ OPENS AWARD SEASON WITH A SPECTACULAR LINE-UP AND A FOCUS ON THE BIGGER PICTURE… ”HONOR”.

  

 

JEFFORD CURRE’

DISTINGUISHED MEDAL OF HONOR

The most coveted award in the new world of box-office excitement.

 

 

WHO WILL WIN

THE

JEFFORD CURRE’

DISTINGUISHED MEDAL OF HONOR?

Mentor categories:

BOX-OFFICE INNOVATION, ENTERTAINMENT SCIENCE, KINDNESS & PHILANTHROPY AND PERFORMANCE ART. 

 Those who have demonstrated great success in the installation of high scale community projects and are also in the process of starting a new one.

It’s very clear by now in the minds of everyone, that the ”Jefford Curre’ Distinguished Medal of Honor” is not given for  plans,  ambition, good ideas or intentions.  It is given to those who have already achieved mentor level success  against  incredible odds.  They have been able to influence a following to impact positive changes and move forward  without protest, violence,  hate words or war.

NOW INTO ITS THIRD YEAR,

  JEFFORD CURRE’ DISTINGUISHED MEDAL OF HONOR CONTINUES TO EMPOWER, AS IT SALUTES THE OUTSTANDING WORK OF ITS PAST WINNERS.

William Butler, Terrance Rodgers, Pema Dorjee, Allen Bellman, Carlos Heredia, and Christian S. Aluas are among just a few of the winners recognized by their peers and the public. These individuals stand apart as exceptional, inspiring and hard working in their service to all mankind. In their own way, they have courageously earned the right to hold with much prestige, the ”Jefford Curre’ Distinguished Medal of honor”.

 

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”Jefford Curre’ Distinguished Medal of Honor” presentation is intended for entertainment purposes only and should not be the bases of any decision, be it personal, business or otherwise. The ”Jefford Curre’ Distinguished Medal of Honor” does not and cannot guarantee the validity of any individual or organization. However it attempts to the best of its ability and with help from the public to reach a reasonable  evaluation of each nominee and winner. It is with good intent all medals are  entrusted to the winners, but shall technically remain the property of the presenter.  The medal should not be sold, defaced, loaned out or given away. It should be displayed only by the winner, at the winners’ discretion. The presenter reserves the right to award, postpone, delay, cancel, revoke or not award the medal at any time, with or without notice. All presentations are made in the spirit of good faith. Presenters do not represent the nominees or winners and likewise nominees  or winners do not represent the presenters. They share perhaps, only one thing in common – the joy that comes only by serving others. 

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