Tuesday, February 23, 2010
NVRH Seeks Nominations for John Elliott Community Service Award
Dr. John Elliott was a community-minded humanitarian, loved and respected by all. From picking up trash by the side of the road to his many and varied volunteer commitments to area institutions and causes, he quietly and humbly left things better than he found them.
In his memory, Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital created the Dr. John Elliott Community Service Award, which is an award given to a current NVRH employee who demonstrates volunteer service to the community outside of NVRH. This award is for volunteer work outside of an employee's job at NVRH.
This is the second year of the award. Last year, Linda Garey, LPN and surgical technician in the operating room garnered the award. for her many volunteer activities in the community, including her care of Arnold Park and raising funds to repair the fountain, dressing up as Buckle Bear to teach children about the importance of wearing seat belts and volunteering in her church.
The applicant may be self-nominated, nominated by someone from NVRH or nominated by someone from the community at large. Nominations close on April 1; a committee will review the nominations and the winner will be notified on May 1. The winner will then be honored at the annual NVRH Recognition Dinner in June, 2010. Please fill the form out in its entirety and send to Laural Ruggles, Marketing and Community Health Improvement, NVRH, PO Box 905, St. Johnsbury, VT 05819 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. To receive a blank application, if you have questions or need further information, please contact Laural Ruggles at 748-7590. Click on the link below to download the application.The application must be received by April 1, 2010.
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