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Last Year's Awards

 

Chapter Awardees for 2014
To be awarded at Banquet on May 3, 2015

The Angeles Chapter will honor its members at the Annual Awards Banquet May 3, 2015 at the Brookside Country Club; Silvia Darie, Banquet Chair and Paul Cooley, Awards Chair.

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LIST OF AWARDS AND AWARDEES

Phil Bernays Service Plaque

MARY MORALES

Weldon Heald Conservation Plaque

NOT GIVEN

Chester Versteeg Outings Plaque

RON CAMPBELL

Elna Bakker Nature Interpretation Plaque

NOT GIVEN

Lifelong Service Plaque

DAN RICHTER

Lori & Robin Ives Excellence in Media Plaque

NOT GIVEN

Political Service Plaque

HOWARD STRAUSS

Extraordinary Achievement Award

 

 

STAG BROWN

BOB THOMPSON

JOE YOUNG

Public Policy Plaque

U.S. REPRESENTATIVE JUDY CHU

Donna Specht Fundraising Plaque

JOHN LAJEUNESS

Linda Hoyer Staff Plaque

 

 

 

CHAPTER STAFF 2013-2014 - GEORGE WATLAND, JENNIFER ROBINSON, JANE MACFARLANE, MARY FORGIONE

Irene Charnock Office Service Plaque

NOT GIVEN

Special Award – Conservation

ENVIRONMENTAL PRIORITIES NETWORK

Special Award - Media

NOT GIVEN

Certificate of Merit

NOT GIVEN

Conservation Service Certificates

 

ELAINE TROGMAN, DAVID CAMPBELL, KATHLEEN NORMA SMITH, EVA CICORIA

Outings Service Certificates

 

 

 

 

ANN PEDRESCHI SHIELDS, CHRISTIAN LATUNOS, JASON HASHIMOTO, PATRICIA BARNES, SCOTT CLOSSON, STEPHANIE GROSS, SYLVIA STEVENSON, ED LUBIN, SID & JOYCE ALPERT, PRISCILLA “PIXIE” KLEMIC

Special Service Certificates

 

 

 

 

JIM ULMER, AL SATTLER, CAROLE SCURLOCK, EVELYN ALEXANDER, GRANT RIGBY, JOEL ORTMANN, KAREN BUEHLER, MARTY KLUCK, NANCY LE, PENNY ELIA, TOM POLITEO, WAYNE NORMAN, MARGEE HILLS, DAVID HYMAN

Membership & Fundraising Service Certificate

 

 

 

 

20'S & 30’S SECTION

ORANGE COUNTY SIERRA SINGLES SECTION

PALOS VERDES SOUTH BAY GROUP

WEST LOS ANGELES GROUP

WILDERNESS TRAINING COMMITTEE

 

Each year the Angeles Chapter requests the names of those individuals who deserve recognition for exemplary service to the Chapter in the fields of Conservation, Outings, Leadership, Interpretation of Nature, and Service. Each Group, Section, Committee and Task Force is asked to recommend recipients for the listed Chapter awards based on the following criteria. No elected at large member of the Angeles Chapter Executive Committee and no member of the Awards Committee is eligible for a Chapter award. Any group representative on the ExComm who will be proposed for an award will be asked to leave the room while the list of proposed awards is presented to the ExComm and voted on.

The EXTRAORDINARY ACHIEVEMENT CERTIFICATE is awarded upon accomplishing a major goal of the Angeles Chapter that is widely recognized within the Chapter and the Club as well as in the community at large. Generally, the focus of accomplishment is within or near the Angeles Chapter area. It can, however, be given for a major accomplishment outside that area if the predominant leadership comes from within the Chapter membership. The award will not be given annually, but it can be awarded in successive years if warranted. Usually the award will be made to a group of people (group, section, committee, task force, or ad hoc organization), but exceptional accomplishment by an individual can be recognized.

The WELDON HEALD CONSERVATION PLAQUE is the highest conservation award conferred by the Angeles Chapter. It is awarded to a Sierra Club member who has provided long-term and outstanding service to the Angeles Chapter in the field of conservation.

The CHESTER VERSTEEG OUTINGS PLAQUE is the highest outings leadership award conferred by the Angeles Chapter. It is awarded to a Sierra Club member who has provided long-term and outstanding leadership in furthering the enjoyment and safety of the outings program

The PHIL BERNAYS SERVICE PLAQUE is the highest service award conferred by the Angeles Chapter. It is awarded to a Sierra Club member who has provided long-term and out-standing service to the Angeles Chapter in fields other than conservation and outings, such as administration and political activism.

The IRENE CHARNOCK OFFICE SERVICE PLAQUE is awarded to a Sierra Club member who has provided long-term and out-standing service to the Angeles Chapter by serving as a Chapter office volunteer.

The ELNA BAKKER NATURE INTERPRETATION PLAQUE is awarded for outstanding achievement in the interpretation of nature, using the written word, photography, graphic art or field demonstration. Candidates for this award must display unusual creativity and depth in the communication of knowledge and appreciation of the natural world. This award is not intended as a reward for merely conducting many nature walks. Because of the high qualifications needed for an award candidate, it would be expected that this honor would not be awarded every year.

The LINDA HOYER CHAPTER STAFF PLAQUE is awarded for extraordinary contributions, far beyond the normal call of duty, to the Sierra Club and the Angeles Chapter from an employee of the Angeles Chapter. It would be expected that this honor would not be awarded every year.

The LIFELONG SERVICE PLAQUE is given to a senior member who has provided consistent long-term service to the Angeles Chapter.

The LORI AND ROBIN IVES EXCELLENCE IN MEDIA PLAQUE for Conservation Activism is awarded for the best newsletter, or website, series of articles, radio or television spot, or campaign in any media that promotes conservation action in the Angeles Chapter.

The POLITICAL SERVICE PLAQUE Is awarded for long time exemplary political service.

ADDITIONAL CERTIFICATES FOR CONSERVATION SERVICE, OUTINGS SERVICE, AND SPECIAL SERVICE are given to Sierra Club members who deserve special recognition for noteworthy service they have rendered to the Angeles Chapter.

A CITATION OF MERIT is awarded to an Angeles Chapter entity for its help and support in Angeles Chapter activities and achievement of goals.

A SPECIAL AWARD may be conferred upon those individuals who have performed outstanding conservation work outside the Sierra Club regardless of Sierra Club membership. Included in this category are the Media Award, given to an individual professionally employed in a communications media field who has consistently displayed concern for environmental, conservation, and wilderness values and the
Public Policy Award, given to an elected public official who has made outstanding contributions to advancing the environmental cause.