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Posted on: January 23, 2018

Moore Honored with Human and Civil Rights Award


A local woman is being honored for a lifetime of service.

At Portneuf Valley Interfaith Fellowship’s Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration, Betty Moore was presented with the Human and Civil Rights Award by the City of Pocatello Human Relations Advisory Committee. Moore was nominated for her advocacy work on behalf of those with behavioral health and substance abuse disorders.

“For years, Betty has quietly went about improving lives in our city,” said Jamar Brown, Chair of the Human Relations Advisory Committee. “I would like to thank her for the many years she has devoted to making our community a better place.”

A list of previous winners of the Human and Civil Rights Award is included below.

2017 - Hon. Rick Carnaroli
2016 - Jennifer Seaich
2015 - Billie Johnson
2014 - Roger J. Bray and Roger W. Chase
2013 - John Purce
2012 - Edgar Malepeai
2011 - Bonnie Frantz and 2Great4Hate
2008 - James Yizar
2007 - Clayton Diggie
2006 - Farhana Hibbert

For more information on the City of Pocatello’s Human Relations Advisory Committee, visit

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