Seventh-day Adventist pastor Rex Bell received a plaque on May 1 from the City of Brighton, Colorado, in appreciation for his service to the community. During the ceremony, U.S. Congressman Mike Coffman Coffman presented the plaque, voted in the U.S. House of Representatives, recognizing Bell’s “many years of extraordinary work and dedication to the City of Brighton.” Bell served the City Council as its Councilman for two terms.
The Congressional Record plaque states: “Council Member Bell’s dedication to the City of Brighton and his leadership and vision have, among other accomplishments, contributed to the city’s growth and prosperity. As a Brighton City Council Member, Rex Bell has consistently and effectively guided city policy towards improving quality of life. Council Member Bell has served his community for 23 years as a Seventh-day Adventist pastor in the City of Brighton. Council Member Bell has, without a doubt, enhanced the quality of life for every citizen in the City of Brighton throughout his tenure as a City Council Member and as a resident of the City of Brighton.”
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