Montgomery Serves Awards 2017
NOMINATIONS ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR THE
NEAL POTTER PATH OF ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
MONTGOMERY SERVES AWARDS!
NOMINATION DEADLINE IS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2017 AT 5 P.M.
These awards honor some of our County’s most outstanding community leaders and dedicated volunteers. “Montgomery County is the very special place it is today in large part because many extraordinary public citizens work every day to make it special,” Leggett said in encouraging residents to submit award nominations of individuals, businesses, and community groups.
NEAL POTTER PATH OF ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS
In partnership with the Montgomery County Commission on Aging and
The Beacon Newspapers
The Neal Potter Path of Achievement Awards will honor two recipients 60 years of age or better whose accomplishments and lifelong commitment to volunteer service make them outstanding roles models for young and old alike. The name of the award honors former County Executive Neal Potter.
Click here for a bio of Neal Potter. Click here to see previous winners of the Neal Potter Path of Achievement Award
Click here for Neal Potter Path of Achievement NOMINATION FORM
MONTGOMERY SERVES AWARD
These awards recognize those who have given extraordinary community service or volunteerism during 2016. The award is given in four categories. Nominees must either live, work, or serve in Montgomery County, service must have been performed outside the context of a nominee’s paid employment, and recognizes service, rather than philanthropy. Past winners are ineligible to win in the same category.
Click here to see previous winners of the Montgomery Serves Awards.
- Youth (individual youth 18 years and under and/or youth group
- Business (that engage their employees as community volunteers)
- Community Service – Individual
- Community Service – Group
Click here for Montgomery Serves Awards NOMINATION FORM
The Roscoe R. Nix Distinguished Community Leadership Award
The Roscoe R. Nix Distinguished Community Leadership Award is presented each year at the Montgomery Serves Awards event by the County Executive to individuals who, over the course of their lives, have made extraordinary contributions to the quality of our community at the very highest levels of excellence. This prestigious award was established by County Executive Ike Leggett in 2012 to honor community icon Roscoe Nix who gave a half century of service to Montgomery County. The Nix award is the County’s equivalent of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the local version of the nation’s highest civilian award. Click here for a bio of Roscoe Nix. Click here for a list of previous winners of the Nix Award.
Awards winners will be honored at
THE MONTGOMERY SERVES AWARDS
MONDAY, APRIL 24, 2017 AT IMAGINATION STAGE IN BETHESDA, MD
Registration is (required) for this FREE event - Click here to Register!