The Lochgelly Community Council is looking for young persons to be nominated for the Young Citizen of the Year.
The Young Citizen of the Year is an award that is given to someone who has made a tremendous difference to the local community.
Make a Nomination
Nominations are already underway, and need to be received by the Community Council before the next meeting being held on the 12th of May.
To nominate someone you know, that you feel deserves to be recognised for the Young Citizen of the Year, you must write a short letter to the Community Council, briefly describing the person you are nominating and your reasons for your nomination.
You can nominate a person for a variety of reasons including:
- volunteering for groups within the local community
- helping the elderly in general or an elderly neighbour
- obtaining a special achievement
- for positively contributing to the local community in some way
All nominations must be received before the 12th of May, where the Community Council will look at all nominations and vote on the winner of the Young Citizen of the Year. The winner will be notified by the Community Council and will attend a special ceremony, with their family, to celebrate the winner, and receive their award.
To make a nomination please write to, or hand in your letter to:
Lochgelly Community Regeneration Forum
FAO: Chrisitne McGrath (Community Council Secretary)
30/33 Bank Street
So if you know someone that you feel deserves to be recognised as the Young Citizen of the Year (2010) please send in your nominations today, and good luck to everyone who has been nominated.