The Marie Civic Leadership
In 2004, Paul and Irving Spitzberg initiated The Marie Interfaith Civic Leadership Award an award to honor their mother, Marie Spitzberg.
Growing up, they saw a positive role model in her values and civic activities in partnership with their father, Dr. Irving Spitzberg. Marie Spitzberg lives interfaith leadership in her service to all regardless of religion or economic circumstance.
The Marie Award 2016
Sunday, September 25, 2016 2:00 p.m.
Temple B’Nai Israel
3700 N. Rodney Parham Road, Little Rock
William McCastlain and Steven, Cindi & Ariel Blackwood to receive the 2016 Marie Award
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The logo of the Marie Interfaith Civic Leadership Award symbolizes how people of all faiths look upward to God and reach outward toward each other. It is rendered in black and white to represent that people of all races as well as all faiths are working together to lead their community.
Past recipients of the Marie Interfaith Civic Leadership Award include:
||Amy Dunn Johnson, J.D. and Vince Morris, J.D.
||Rev. Stephen Copley
||Rotary District 6150 - Sam Chaffin & Gary Speed
||Chief Kirk Lane & Curt Bradbury
||Dr. Fitz Hill
||Arkansas State Sen. Joyce Elliott
||US Sen. David Pryor
||The Congregations of Bethel AME
Church & Trinity Episcopal Cathedral