By Cameron Rasmusson
Do you know a woman who is a terrific community contributor, generous volunteer and role model?
If so, it’s time to give her the much-deserved recognition she deserves.
Women Honoring Women, an organization formed 19 years ago by former Sandpoint Mayor Marsha Ogilvie, is accepting nominations for its Women of Wisdom award. The organization is accepting nominations of women 65 years of age or older who make a difference in the community with their impeccable character, generous spirit and selfless attitude.
“We also look to women who have demonstrated a vision for our community and who have achieved their goals through collaboration with others,” said Women Honoring Women Chairwoman Kari Saccomanno.
True to the award name, a love of learning and a commitment to the pursuit of knowledge through study and experience are important qualifiers, too.
The process begins with written nominations by friends and family. These letters should share personal stories of how the nominee has touched lives.
If you wish to nominate someone, send your letter by the March 1 deadline to 1481 Wrenco Loop Rd., Sandpoint, ID 83864. Or you can email it to [email protected]
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