Citizens for Community Values of Indiana

CCV Hall of Fame: Citizen of the Year Award Ricipients

The CCV Citizen of the Year Award is presented to the citizen who most embodies the spirit of full participation in the work of bettering the community through courageous leadership, relentless determination and genuine community service.

2005 Recipients


'05 CCV of Indiana Citizen of the Year - Jim FrickJim Frick is best known for having the best ice cream in town, having no tolerance at all for bureaucratic red tape, and for being the champion of the South Gateway.

Jim Frick accepted CCV's invitation to the South Gateway Association to partner with us seven years ago and has been a faithful friend through many battles. His generous investment of time and money, as well as, in the courageously standing with CCV as a partner in spite of repeated threats and acts of vandalism to his business, makes him this inaugural year's CCV Citizen of the Year Award recipient.

2006 Recipients


CCV of Indiana Citizen of the Year - Dave WemhoffDavid A. Wemhoff is well known for his litigation skills as an attorney. His able skill as an attorney was put to the test when CCV called on him to represent our case against several strip bars at the local Alcohol & Tobacco Commission.

In spite of battles with local politicians and the local ATC Board President, Bob Urbanski, Dave Wemhoff faithfully served as CCV's legal champion. Dave worked closely with CCV leaders to finally get our evidence heard all the way to Indianapolis and brought home key victories for the families of our community.

We are grateful for his sacrificial efforts and are pleased to recognize him with the CCV Citizen of the Year Award.

2007 Recipients


Citizen of the Year - Micah ClarkMicah Clark has served tirelessly at the front lines of the culture wars in and for Indiana. When it comes to fighting pornography, AFA of Indiana and Micah are there. When it comes to resisting the harmful effects of the radical homosexual agenda, AFA of Indiana and Micah are there. When it comes to defending traditional marriage as between one man and one woman, AFA of Indiana and Micah are there. We are pleased to have Micah as a friend and colleague and are proud to honor him for his work on behalf of the family with the 2007 CCV Citizen of the Year Award.
















Our Mission
Protect men, women and children from the misinformation of sexual activists, and the harms of sexual addictions, sexual predators, sexually oriented businesses, materials harmful to minors, broadcast indecency, and the porn/sex industry in all of its forms, by promoting the principles of the Judeo/Christian ethic which is the foundation of our nation.
Our Vision Empower concerned citizens and community leaders to significantly reduce sexual exploitation, sexual promiscuity and sexual abuse in Indiana and beyond by:
  • Increasing public awareness of the harmful effects of pornography-inspired sexual promiscuity, addiction, and abuse particularly in the lives of children.
  • Supporting the enactment, defense and enforcement, within the Constitution, of limitations on the porn /sex industry in all of its forms.
  • Lovingly opposing the legitimacy of all extramarital sexual relationships.
  • Faithfully supporting the traditional family based on the premise that marriage equals one man and one woman.
  • Offering assistance to people suffering from the results of sexual addiction, sexual confusion, sexual promiscuity, and sexual abuse.

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