State Representative Tony Dale was presented with the 2017 Community Builder Award by the Norton Moses Lodge, No 336 in Leader at the group’s June monthly meeting. The Community Builder Award is the highest award that can be presented to an individual or group outside of the Masonic Fraternity. The award is designed to recognize non-Masons for outstanding contributions in time and effort in the promotion and support of their community as well as community development.
“I am honored that the members of the Norton Moses Lodge have nominated and selected me to receive the 2017 Community Builder Award,” said Rep. Dale. “The members of the lodge spend countless hours on improving our community and I am humbled that they would announce me as this year’s award recipient”.
In presenting the award Lodge Master Frank Allocca, Jr. cited Rep. Dale service in the United States Army, his participation on various boards in Williamson County, his tenure as a member of the Cedar Park City Council and the State Legislature as well as his participation in the Leander and Cedar Park Chambers of Commerce.
“I’ve focused on passing legislation to assist crime victims and to go after predators who target our children online as well as reforming our Child Protective Service not just because it is the right thing to do, but because it strengthens families and strong families build stronger communities,” said Dale. “I’m committed to continuing to strengthen our communities through such common sense policies”.
State Representative Tony Dale is Vice Chairman of the Juvenile Justice & Family Issues Committee and a member of the Environmental Regulation Committee. He is Chairman of the House Energy Caucus and Deputy Floor Leader for the Republican Caucus. He represents southwestern Williamson County, Cedar Park, Leander, Brushy Creek, and parts of Austin and Round Rock.