Don Fulkerson Recognized for Service to Civic Educationwphungerford
Don Fulkerson, a civil, appellate, and trial court practitioner in Westland, Michigan received a legislative tribute in Lansing before a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Michigan Center for Civic Education (MCCE).
Fulkerson was recognized for his service from 2006-2012 as President of the Board of Directors and for his dedication to civic and law related education for youth all across Michigan.
Fulkerson’s tireless efforts were instrumental in helping the Center accomplish its mission of preparing students to be active, informed, responsible citizens in a democratic society. In addition to his leadership on the Center’s Board of Directors, Mr. Fulkerson is a long-time volunteer with the Michigan High School Mock Trial Tournament and the We the People Program. Fulkerson has written articles, instructed, and actively worked in the field of law-related education for youth for over twenty years.
The Tribute was presented by fellow Board Member State Senator Hoon-Yung Hopgood, 8th District, and signed by Governor Rick Snyder; State Senator Glenn Anderson, 6th District; and State Representative Richard LeBlanc, 18th District.
The Michigan Center for Civic Education was founded as the Michigan Law-Related Education Project in 1982. Since its inception, MCCE has implemented a variety of programs and publications in support of its mission. Over the past thirty years, the Michigan Center for civic Education has built an energetic and cost-effective non-profit that utilizes the power of an experienced staff and a large group of committed volunteers.]]>