Saturday, November 4, 2017

[Shasta County] Redding Resident Receives Prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award from the California Grand Jurors’ Association

Seaside, Calif., October 30, 2017. Marsha Caranci, Redding, has received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the California Grand Jurors’ Association (CGJA). The award was presented to Caranci on October 30 at CGJA’s 36th annual conference held in Seaside in Monterey County.
The award honors exceptional and important work performed over an extended period to further the goals and purposes of the civil grand jury system in California and of the association. CGJA’s most prestigious award, it has only been given seven previous times since its creation in 1995.
Caranci’s most significant contribution is in managing and orchestrating the annual training of more than one thousand grand jurors in counties throughout the state. She has led this effort since 2011, resulting in an increasingly effective training program each year heralded by courts, grand jurors and counties. Her other contributions to CGJA permeate throughout the entire association.
Caranci served on the Shasta County Grand Jury for two terms, 2001-02 and 2002-03 (the latter as foreperson). She is very involved in the Shasta County Grand Jurors’ Association (serving in in many capacities).
The California Grand Jurors’ Association is a statewide nonprofit organization of former grand jurors with the mission “to promote, preserve and support the grand jury system through training, education and outreach.”

Caranci is obviously pleased with the award she has just opened and received.

Press release, California Grand Jurors’ Association
Contact Jim Ragan at jimragan@charter.net



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