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Help Nominate Concord's 2002 Honored Citizen

top honors! The Public Ceremonies and Celebrations Committee has opened nominations for Concord's 2002 Honored Citizen. Nominations will be accepted until February 7th, 2002.

This year, there are two new aspects of the nomination process. The first is that only nominations submitted this year will be taken into consideration for the Honored Citizen of 2002. In other words, though nominations in the past had been kept on file over the years and reconsidered annually, only new nominations will be considered this year.

head and shoulders above the crowd! The second piece of news is that there is a nomination form you can fill out. The form is optional, and has been designed to provide the committee with a wide range of information, giving your nomination a better chance of being positively considered. You can get copies of this form at the Townhouse, or online here (front of form; back of form). Print and fill the form in by hand, mailing it to the PCCC, Town House, PO Box 535, Concord.

The Committee is seeking to honor a resident of the town who has contributed substantial volunteer services to the community. Nominations can be made for either an individual or a couple.

The Committee must rely heavily upon the information supplied with the nominations. A simple statement of nomination is not sufficient. A complete biography should be supplied with reasons why the nominee should be selected. Selections are made based upon the quality rather than the quantity of nominations received. Petitions are not accepted.

The ideal nomination contains a biography of the nominee or nominees, including their education, careers and community service. The emphasis should be placed on volunteer service and the biography should describe this in considerable detail.

The committee hopes these suggestions will enable a nominator's choice to receive the best possible consideration and recognition to which it deserves. If you have further questions you may contact committee chair Carol Lenox at 978 369-3432 or email jlenox@gis.net.

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