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Going Above and Beyond

Flower Mound Celebrates Outstanding Citizenship Award Recipients

Through its Outstanding Citizenship Award Program, the Town of Flower Mound recognizes residents who go above and beyond for their community. Congratulations to the 2022 Outstanding Citizenship Award recipients! Thank you for all you do.

Jeff Fisher received the Outstanding Citizenship individual award for his work in bringing the Miracle League North Texas to Flower Mound. The Miracle League removes the barriers that keep children with disabilities off the baseball field and lets them experience the joy of America’s favorite pastime. The league also promotes making new friends and building self-esteem.

Rohan David Ahuja received the Outstanding Citizenship youth award. For the past two years, Rohan has organized a bike drive collecting more than 55 bikes and more than $2,500 in donations for the Chosen One foster agency. Rohan also started a buddy-based mentorship program called Connections at Flower Mound High School. The program partners juniors and seniors with freshmen and sophomores to help them choose classes, manage their schedules and extracurricular activities, prepare for the SAT and ACT and find tutors.

The Flower Mound Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association (FMCPAAA) received the Outstanding Citizenship group award. Each year, the FMCPAAA volunteers spend thousands of hours supporting community programs. They also assist the Flower Mound Police Department with child seat safety checks, the Junior Police Academy, the Neighborhood Watch program and much more.

All recipients will have their names added to the perpetual wall plaque at Town Hall. They also will receive an engraved brick at the Flower Mound Public Library and a community spotlight on the town’s website and other community perks. To learn more about the award and nomination process, visit

Information provided by the Town of Flower Mound.