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December 6, 2010

Who will you nominate?

Do you know an extraordinary volunteer or service organization? Celebrate their service by nominating them for one of the 2011 Utah Volunteer Service Awards!

Deadline to submit is Monday, February 7th, 2011.

Here's a message from Lieutenant Governor Greg Bell with more information:

Dear Friends in Service,

Utahns across the state give selflessly of themselves to help improve the lives of others. They perform their good deeds largely unnoticed, without compensation and without any expectation of reward or commendation. The Utah Volunteer Service Awards celebrate the extraordinary volunteer efforts of Utahns at the Lieutenant Governor's Volunteer Recognition and Awards Banquet held as part of the Utah Conference on Service April 19, 2011 hosted by the Utah Commission on Volunteers.

We are currently seeking nominations and encourage you to nominate one or more groups or individuals for these awards. Categories include:

- Governor's Lifetime Achievement Award
- Lt. Gov. Civic Volunteer of the Year
- Corporate Volunteer Program of the Year
- Non-Profit Volunteer Program of the Year
- Volunteer Administrator of the Year
- Senior Volunteer of the Year
- Youth Service Award
- Community Preparedness Award
- AmeriCorps Member of the Year
- AmeriCorps VISTA Member of the Year

To nominate a volunteer, or group of volunteers, please fill out the nomination form at our website www.volunteers.utah.gov or return the attached form. Thank you for your help in recognizing those Utahns who personify the spirit of volunteerism and community service.

Yours in Service,
Greg Bell, Utah's Lieutenant Governor
Shar Lewis, Executive Director, Utah Commission on Volunteers

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