The Steamboat Springs Heritage Award recognizes a person or organization’s gift of volunteer time, effort and service over a number of years to the Steamboat Springs community. The "gift" can be in the field of human services, open space preservation, and maintenance of community character. Volunteerism can be identified in many different community aspects.
City Council will review the nominations and select one person or organization as the 2014 Heritage Award recipient.
The award is a magnificent six-point bronze elk statue created specifically for the Heritage Award by local rancher and sculptor Curtis Zabel. Mr. Zabel has appropriately named this artwork “Meeting the Challenge.”
Nomination Forms are available at City Hall, 137 10th Street, or online.
For more information contact:
Julie Franklin, City Clerk
(970)871-8248 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Nomination Forms must be submitted by 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 1, 2014.