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Nominations for being accepted for ‘Ordinary People – Extraordinary Measures’ awards

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Community Associations Institute, Nevada Chapter, is seeking nominations for its new ‘Ordinary People – Extraordinary Measures’ 2012 Awards Program. The program is aimed at bringing recognition to Nevada residents who have shown remarkable efforts and acts towards others.

 

Nominations will be accepted through July 15 and should be sent to CAI at 9171 W. Flamingo Road, Ste. 100, Las Vegas, Nev., 89171. Nominations can also be submitted via e-mail at: [email protected], or via fax at 702-240-9690.  CAI’s ‘Ordinary People – Extraordinary Measures’ Awards luncheon will take place in Las Vegas at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 11 at the Gold Coast Hotel located at 4000 West Flamingo Road, Las Vegas, NV 89103.

Award nominees need not be a member of CAI.  Awards will be given in each of the following categories:

 

Community Service Volunteer

This award is given in recognition of someone who contributes to the community.  This effort must have been conducted for the benefit of others with no thought of self promotion or self benefit.

 

Fire Department/Police Department /First Responders/Medical and Social Services

While our Public Servants contribute to our community on a daily basis, this award should be for going “above and beyond” what is normally within their job descriptions.

 

Life Saving

This award is given in recognition of someone who put their personal safety “on the line” to help someone else.  This person saw someone in need and “jumped” in to help without any thought of his or her personal safety.

 

Northern Nevada Outstanding Citizen/Organization

This award is given in recognition of an outstanding individual or organization from our Northern Nevada area.  Performance must have been “above and beyond” with no intent for praise or recognition.

 

Southern Nevada Outstanding Citizen/Organization

This award is given in recognition of an outstanding individual or organization from our Southern Nevada area.  Performance must have been “above and beyond” with no intent for praise or recognition.

 

Youth/Juvenile

This award is given in recognition of a youth that consistently contributes positively to individuals, their school or their community.

 

Lifetime Achievement in Public Service

The purpose of this award is to recognize individuals who are committed to a cause greater than themselves, dedicating their time and energy to accomplish goals.

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About CAI:

CAI is a 31,000-member international organization that represents homeowner and condominium associations and provides education, best practices and resources to the homeowner volunteer leaders and professionals involved in the governance and management of common-interest communities.  The Nevada chapter is one of 59 state and regional U.S. chapters. The Nevada chapter serves the educational, business, and networking needs of volunteer leaders and professionals throughout the Las Vegas and Reno areas. With more than 1,000 members including nearly 150 business partners, more than 300 professional managers and more than 400 community association volunteers, the Nevada chapter is one of the largest and most active of the 60 chapters in the nation. For more information, visit www.cai-nevada.org.

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