2019 CITIZEN OF THE YEAR NOMINATION
CELEBRATING EXCEPTIONAL PEOPLE IN THE TELLURIDE REGION
The Telluride Foundation’s Citizen of the Year Award is in recognition of someone who has unselfishly contributed to the Telluride regional community’s quality of life through volunteerism, community service or philanthropy.
The recipient will receive a commemorative plaque and a grant of $5,000 to be given in their name to a local nonprofit of their choice.
Past Outstanding Citizen recipients include Terry Tice (2003), Lissa Margetts (2004), John Micetic (2005), Bill Carstens (2006), John Pryor and Jane Hickcox (2007), Kathy Green (2008), Marilyn Branch (2009), Andrea Benda, Dan & Greer Garner (2010), Billy “Senior” Mahoney (2011) Ann Brady (2012), Dean Rolley (2013), Kristin Holbrook (2014), Gary Freedman (2015), Elaine Fischer (2016), and Wendy Brooks (2017).
- Nominee must be a community member from the region, which includes San Miguel, Ouray and West Montrose counties
- Nominees will be selected based on unselfish and extraordinary volunteer contributions to the community that include community service, collaboration, leadership and compassion
- Nomination must be based on non-paid work
- Telluride Foundation Board Members and staff are not eligible
- The award is designed for a single individual, however, exceptions can be made
Submit by 5 p.m. on Monday June 4, 2018. If selected as a finalist, the nominator will be contacted by the Telluride Foundation to participate in a 2-5 minute nomination video testimonial with a videographer in June. For questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Outstanding Citizen recipient will be announced in July by the Telluride Foundation Board of Directors.