Each year the Municipality of Port Hope presents its Civic Awards for
contributions and/or achievements bringing honour and/or enrichment
to the Municipality of Port Hope.
Civic Awards 2012 Recipients
2012 Outstanding Citizen - Paul Appleman
2012 Outstanding Youth - Josh Robichaud
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Civic Awards Nomination Forms
If you have questions or require more information please contact Jeannie Maidens at 905-885-2004
Nominations for Civic Awards can be submitted at any time during the year and must be received at the Town Hall Administration Office prior to close of business on the second Thursday in March of each year.
Nominations are only made through the process of nomination by the public. The Civic Awards Advisory Committee is seeking nominations from the members of the general public for any nominees worthy of civic recognition in the following categories:
In recognition of outstanding volunteer contribution to the community.
In recognition of outstanding volunteer contribution to the community and to their school (must be 19 years of age or less as of Dec.31st. of the year nominated).
Individual or group should have been involved in a project that has had considerable impact on the community and/or made a distinct contribution in making the Municipality a better place to live.
Arts and Culture
Outstanding achievement in the arts (music, fine art, dance, writing, singing, public speaking, visual arts, etc.)
An individual or team that has done one or more of the following, placed first, second or third in a provincial championship, placed first, second or third in a national championship, qualified for national team funding, been chosen to represent Ontario at a national competition, been chosen to represent Canada at an international competition.
To be awarded to a person or group involved in a project that has had a considerable impact on sustainable agriculture in Port Hope.
To be awarded to an individual who has supported or inspired you.
To be awarded to an individual or couple for a leadership role in fundraising and encouraging others in philanthropy
To be awarded to a person or group that has completed a local project providing considerable benefits to the environment.
Only individuals who have volunteered their time and service and/or competed at an amateur level and for which no remuneration or payment has been received shall be eligible for a Civic Award.
You may pick up a nomination form at one of the following locations:
* Town Hall Administration Office, 56 Queen Street
* Town Park Recreation Centre, 62 McCaul Street
* Canton Office, 5325 County Road 10
* Chamber of Commerce, 58 Queen Street
* Ruth Clarke Activity Centre for Seniors, 81 Mill Street
* Jack Burger Sports Complex, 60 Highland Drive
* Port Hope Public Library, Mary J. Benson Branch, 31 Queen Street
* Port Hope Public Library, Garden Hill Branch, 3609 Ganaraska Road
* Tourism Office, 20 Queen Street
For more information on the Civic Awards Nomination Process contact email@example.com