|January 7, 2014|
|5:45 pm||to||7:45 pm|
City of Santa Ana, Downtown Orange County
SANTA ANA, CA (January 7, 2014) – The Santa Ana Mayor and City Council will recognize Judge James Gray (retired) and Doy Henley at tonight’s city council meeting for their distinguished service to the Santa Ana community. Each honoree has positively influenced our community and their accomplishments will be recognized at the beginning of the meeting.
Throughout Judge James Gray’s (retired) 29-year career within the legal and judicial community, he has not only donated hundreds of hours of volunteer time to existing community service-oriented activities, he also has created and implemented a number of innovative programs of his own.
Doy Henley has dedicated his time and financial resources to a number of philanthropic causes, including Chapman University, the Salvation Army, and Goodwill Industries. He has served on the Private Industry Council of Santa Ana as a Chairman, and as a delegate for the White House Conference on Small Business.
For more details regarding the notable accomplishments of both honorees, please come to tonight’s city council meeting or visit, http://www.santa-ana.org/coc/granicus.asp, to see it streamed live on the web.