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Nominate fellow Angeles Chapter members for an Award!

Date: 
Monday, September 23, 2013

ANGELES CHAPTER AWARDS for 2013
(to be given in May 2014)

Do you know of a fellow Angeles Chapter member who volunteers tirelessly in service to the Club through conservation, outings, activism, or advocacy? With 40,000+ members in a very diverse Chapter, we need to congratulate our individual and collective efforts.  Now is your chance to recognize your hard-working peers who have given so much of their time and effort to the Sierra Club and the Chapter!

The Chapter Awards Committee wants your ideas on awards candidates.

You don’t need to be a long-time member to receive an Angeles Chapter award – we celebrate veterans, rookies and reruns (past awardees) with Chapter awards. Any Chapter member or entity management committee can nominate another member for an award, with a few exceptions:  Current At-Large Angeles Chapter Executive Committee and Awards Committee members are not eligible; nor are deceased Sierra Club members eligible posthumously. Preference goes to candidates that have received little to no recent recognition. A list of the awards categories, past awardees, and the nomination form can be found on the Chapter Awards page.

Additional awards information can be found on the Chapter’s history pages.

How do I nominate another member for an award? 

Review the awards list and other information, then follow the instructions provided on the Nominations Forms

Background material on awardees will be included in the Awards Banquet program and in theSouthern Sierran, so please include pertinent information on your awards candidate along with whichaward your candidate is nominated for. Late applications will be held over for the next year’s awards.

The Awards Committee looks forward to receiving your nominations!

Thank you!

Mary Morales
2013 Angeles Chapter Awards Chair

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