List of Lyme Disease Awareness Month Proclamations

List of State Proclamations

Some of these need to be done annually.
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Alabama
California
Kansas
Maryland
Massachusetts
New Hampshire
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New Jersey
New York
North Carolina
Pennsylvania
South Carolina
Tennessee
Texas
Virginia
Wisconsin
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4 thoughts on “List of Lyme Disease Awareness Month Proclamations”

  1. How do I make sure Arkansas who is loaded with rmsf and Lyme gets on here too????? I know hundreds here with it as well as me and m daughter

    1. Hi Michele, what I did to find out about Wisconsin is I went to the governor’s website and just emailed him. I listed all the risks or Lyme diseaese and how fast it is spreading and mentioned that ticks are rampant in the spring so it’s a good time to get out awareness. Then asked him to make May, Lyme disease Awareness Months. Two months later I got a proclamation in the mail. I’m not sure if it’s always that easy, but emailing your governor would be the first step.

  2. Curious to know that if I do not see a Proclamation here for Pennsylvania, does this mean that our Governor Tom Corbett, is not aware and/or does not see a need and needs to be enlightened?! Sorry, I am unsure how the proclamation thing works and it is a bit disturbing to not see one listed for the state of PA.

    Also, I would like to bring this to the attention of the administrators at my next Lyme Disease Support Group meeting in York Pa on Thursday March 21st. although they may already be aware.

    Thanks,
    Sandy G

    1. Hi Sandy, what I did to find out about Wisconsin is I went to the governor’s website and just emailed him. I listed all the risks or Lyme diseaese and how fast it is spreading and mentioned that ticks are rampant in the spring so it’s a good time to get out awareness. Then asked him to make May, Lyme disease Awareness Months. Two months later I got a proclamation in the mail. I’m not sure if it’s always that easy, but emailing your governor would be the first step.

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