Mayor David Miller declared February 7, 2022 as Beverly Riddlesberger Day. This presentation was made at Leeds City Council meeting with the declaration as follows:
"Beverly Riddlesberger has been and continues to provide superior leadership in the Leeds Outreach organization and; whereas, under her management, Leeds Outreach has become known throughout the area as an outstanding resource for citizens to receive support for the need for sustenance and; whereas, she has shown exceptional ability to coordinate extensive municipal and county programs for food and commodities of all types and; whereas, throughout all of her endeavors, she has held highest ideals of citizenship and caring for her fellow man and continues to represent her organization and the City in a superb manner and; whereas, it is the desire of the Mayor and the Council with the City of Leeds to formally recognize her outstanding high achievements and wish her continued success at Leeds Outreach and provide even more widespread service. Now, therefore, I proclaim on behalf of the City, the Council and the City of Leeds for this day, 7th day of February, 2022 to be Beverly Riddlesberger Day in the City of Leeds." ~Mayor David Miller
Mayor David Miller pictured with Beverly Riddlesberger
Leeds Outreach volunteers pictured with Beverly Riddlesberger
Leeds Outreach is a 501c3 Christian organization operated solely by volunteers located at Leeds Civic Center - 1000 Park Drive. Since they have no paid staff, rent, or other bills, 100% of your donation goes directly to assisting hurting people throughout the community. L O believes that it is important to partner and work alongside local churches and businesses to help meet these needs. Leeds Outreach is able to assist citizens living in the city limits of Leeds whose income is not greater than 150% of the poverty level.