Nominate the Inspiring People You Know for Living Legends Alexandria

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living_legendsWe each know someone who has given much of their lives--their hearts and souls--to making Alexandria a better place to live.  Living Legends of Alexandria wants to recognize these folks and the good news is that you don’t have to be a Pulitzer Prize winner to write the nomination. All it takes is a one-page description outlining the activities in which the person has excelled. Nominees who meet the criteria for consideration and their nominators will each receive a complimentary invitation to the inspiring "Meet The Legends" reception on March 21, 2013.

There are two nomination categories: 

(1) Those who have contributed at least one tangible improvement to the quality of the City's life that would likely be missing without this person's vision and energy; or

(2) Those demonstrating exemplary service to the City over ten years or more, especially on Boards, Commissions, Committees or Service Organizations that improve the quality of life in Alexandria.

Those currently running for or holding political office are not eligible for consideration. The contributions of City employees must be beyond the responsibilities of their jobs. 

Visit www.AlexandriaLegends.com to either copy and paste the nomination form into an email or use the on-line nomination form. Nominations must be received by November 15.

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