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Women of Excellence

Women of Excellence

Do you know a woman who serves Beaver Falls, leads with dignity and is building up this community? Have you met a young girl who goes above and beyond to help others? If so, you won’t want to miss this opportunity to celebrate the women of excellence from our Beaver Falls community!

The deadline for receiving nominations has passed.

Thank you for your nominations.

The Geneva College Multicultural Student Services Office and Public Relations Office would like to honor and celebrate women of Beaver Falls, both young and old, for their great service, leadership, strength and spirit of excellence. And we need your help. Please take the time to nominate a female friend or family member who you believe deserves to be honored for her excellence.

Awards will be presented during an 11 a.m. brunch on Saturday, March 29, 2014.

Registration to attend the brunch is now closed.

The event will be held on the Geneva College campus. Continue to check this page for location and registration information.

Candidates are required to be:

  • Female residents of the City of Beaver Falls for a minimum of three years
  • At least 16 years old

Outstanding contributions to Beavers Falls should include, but are not limited to:

  • Being an outstanding role model and leader
  • Serving the community
  • Demonstrating high moral standards, as well as respect for herself and others

To be considered for an award, nominations must be received no later than
February 6, 2014
.

Questions? Contact Director of Multicultural Student Services Kathy Kinzer-Downs at 724.847.5559 or kykinzer@geneva.edu.


 

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