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Cedar Valley Champions of Character

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Name: Cedar Valley Champions of Character
Date: April 22, 2019
Time: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM CDT
Event Description:
CHARACTER COUNTS CALLS FOR ANNUAL AWARDS ENTRIES CEDAR FALLS--The Cedar Valley Character Counts Committee (CVCC) is calling for nominations for its annual Character Awards. The Character Awards honor Cedar Valley individuals, organizations and businesses in seven categories. These representatives consistently demonstrate good character through being their best self (moral character) and doing their best work (performance character). These awards, with the exception of the Environmental Steward award, are based on the state awards given annually by the Robert D. and Billy Ray Center at Drake University. Categories include: Business/Organization of Character, which is presented to an organization (including non-profit) that demonstrates a commitment to good character in its professional culture and climate; Adult Citizen of Character, presented to a Cedar Valley resident whose actions demonstrate a continuous commitment to good character; Youth Citizen of Character, presented to one student who has demonstrated adherence to the Six Pillars; Educator of Character, presented to an educator or administrator who teaches and models good character and has impacted students through leadership and innovative character development; Pursuing Victory With Honor, presented to an athletics team, coach, student-athlete or organization that demonstrates commitment to sportsmanship and good character; School of Character, presented to a school whose faculty, staff and students practice good character; and Environmental Steward of Character, presented to an individual or organization (including non-profit) that demonstrates commitment to preserving our environment for future generations. The Six Pillars of Character include trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring and citizenship. Nominees for the Character Awards must reside in the Cedar Valley area. Nomination materials may be obtained by contacting Nancy Justis, njustis@cfu.net; or Bruce Clark, brc4isu@yahoo.com. Nominations are due by March 1 and should be mailed to Clark at 1938 Harrow, Waterloo, IA 50701.
Location:
Winners will be recognized at a banquet to be held April 22 at Hawkeye Community College-Tama Hall.
Date/Time Information:
Monday April 22, 2019 at 6 PM
Contact Information:
Nancy Justis, njustis@cfu.net; or Bruce Clark, brc4isu@yahoo.com
Fees/Admission:
$10
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