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Anchorage named All-American City. (General).

The National Civic League recently selected Anchorage and nine other communities nationwide as All-America City Award winners. The league made the announcement during a ceremony in Kansas City.

The All-America City Award, a 53-year-old program of the National Civic League recognizing civic excellence, annually honors the communities that best exemplify the spirit of grassroots citizen involvement and cross-sector collaborative problem solving. Since the program began in 1949, more than 4,000 communities (neighborhoods, cities, towns, counties and regions) have competed and nearly 500 communities have been named for the award.
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Title Annotation:by National Civic League
Publication:Alaska Business Monthly
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Aug 1, 2002
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