Nominations sought for Chamber Leadership and Hall of Fame Awards
It is time again to submit nominations for the two highest awards bestowed by the Perham Area Chamber of Commerce.
The committee is seeking nominees for the Leadership Award and for the Hall of Fame Award. These individuals do not have to be Chamber members to be nominated.
Please send your nomination request to the Chamber office by Jan. 25.
In the nomination, be sure to describe why this person should be nominated, and other information about that person. Also include your name and contact info. Your nomination will be turned over to the Leadership/Hall of Fame Committee.
The 2011 Leadership/Hall of Fame Banquet will be held on April 14 at Mulligan's.
For more information, contact Sherry at the Chamber office at 218-346-7710.
The Leadership Award
Please take the time to nominate someone you feel deserves to be recognized for his or her contribution to our community. We all know of someone who gives of him or herself, always working to make Perham a better place to live and work. These nominees should be individuals who have done an especially good job in leading the community on a project or an important issue. Frequently, their involvement is one-on-one, helping folks on a daily basis. They also tend to be involved in organizations that help people or help their community, and they are highly generous with their time and talents.
The Hall of Fame Award
This award is given to someone who deserves to be recognized for his or her work for the community. This person would be considered an integral part of the community and highly involved in making Perham a better community. These nominees might have been in business or a service sector in the community, working or retired, male or female, living or deceased or even former residents. This award goes to an individual who has been highly involved in the community over time.
"The awards are our way of showing these individuals how much the Perham community appreciates them and the work they do," Perham Chamber executive director Dan Schroeder said.