Do you know someone who deserves recognition for outstanding work in the community? If so, consider nominating them for Rotary Club of Invermere’s annual Citizen of the Year award.
“It’s a difficult choice, every year there are large numbers of very worthy people,” Kerri-Anne Thomas of Rotary said. “There’s only one award, but there are always a number of people who are excellent candidates.”
Nominees can be from almost anywhere in the valley, from Spillimacheen to Canal Flats, and nominations must be delivered in writing and be signed by the nominator. Rotary generally looks for candidates who have put in a wide range of community service, without affiliation to a local religious group or political organization.
Nominations may be mailed to Rotary Club of Invermere, Box 877, Invermere B.C. V0A 1K0. Deadline for nominations is March 30, 2012, and the award will be presented in mid-May.
All nominations are confidential.
Last year the Citizen of the Year award went to Julie and Bill McIntosh.