EVE Awards Luncheon Honors 4; Keynote Speaker Connects Her Work in the Navy to the Goal of the Award Recognizing Women

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EVE Awards Luncheon Honors 4; Keynote Speaker Connects Her Work in the Navy to the Goal of the Award Recognizing Women


Wells, Judy, The Florida Times Union


Byline: JUDY WELLS

Women enter the Navy for the same three things -- education, volunteer service and employment -- that her audience was honoring, Rear Adm. Annette Brown said at the EVE Awards luncheon Friday. And those are the things she sought when she chose to go into the service in 1973.

The commander for Navy Region Southeast gave the keynote speech to a room full of community activists who had come to the Prime Osborn Convention Center to hear the names of the 2005 EVE Award winners announced.

Carl Cannon, publisher of the Times-Union, obliged as the 12 finalists for the award created by the newspaper sat nearby.

In education, the winner was Dorothy L. Lord, president of Coastal Georgia Community College, for her persistence and success in establishing the school's Camden Center in Kingsland.

In volunteer service, retired ambassador Marilyn McAfee won for her efforts to expand the community outreach of the World Affairs Council and coordinate with the University of North Florida to bring the Great Decisions curriculum to selected college and high school students.

Susan Adams Loyd, vice president and general manager for Clear Channel Television, was honored in employment for her unprecedented level of support to the communitywide early literacy initiative RALLY Jacksonville.

Educator, community leader, equal rights protagonist and political activist Edna Saffy was given the EVE Arnolta "Mama" Williams Lifetime Achievement Award.

Brown, who has seen a lifetime of changes for women in the military, said the resulting differences contribute to the service's strength. …

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