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Good citizen nominations sought

Junior Chamber International is accepting nominations for Vernon’s 2012 good citizen of the year.

The nomination deadline has been extended from Jan. 11 to Jan. 15.

“This award is given to celebrate and recognize an individual’s efforts in, and contributions to, our community,” said Sarah Moorhouse, with the good citizen committee.

Nominations can be e-mailed to jcivernongoodcitizen@gmail.com or dropped off at Vernon Telescope (4712 Heritage Dr.), Okanagan Restoration (6236 Pleasant Valley Rd.), or the Electric Paper Company (3105A 31st Ave.).

All nominations must include a letter describing why the person you are nominating should receive this award and their contributions, as well as the nominator’s contact information.

The recipient will be surprised during the week of Jan 21.

For more information about the award, call Shawna Klassen-Roth at 250-307-6195 or Sarah Moorhouse at 250-309-4257.

 

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