The sixth annual Norfolk County Heritage & Culture Dogwood Awards will be presented later this spring. Named after our official flower, these awards have been created to honour individuals and groups for their outstanding achievements and contributions to heritage and culture within Norfolk County.
We are very excited to announce that a new category has been added to this year’s Heritage & Culture Dogwood Awards which will honour youth under the age of 18 years.
Three awards will be presented, in each of the following categories:
- Individual Award
- Group award
- Youth Award
- Lifetime Achievement award
Norfolk’s lively heritage and culture community has been built on the tireless efforts of countless dedicated individuals and groups. If you know someone whom you feel is deserving of acknowledgement for their hard work or innovation in this area, they could be a candidate for a Dogwood Award. Anyone can submit a nomination. Forms with all the necessary information are available at Norfolk Heritage and Culture sites, the Heritage & Culture Division Administrative Office or on the County Website.
The deadline for receipt of nominations has been changed to Friday April 12, 2013, at 4:30 p.m.
Applications should be mailed, faxed or delivered to:
c/o Heritage & Culture Division
60 Colborne St, S., Simcoe, ON, N3Y 4N5
All nominators will be provided with a letter confirming receipt of the nomination.
A panel representing the Norfolk County Heritage and Culture sites will review the nominations and pick the four winners. These will be announced at a reception held in their honour and through the local media.
The 2012 Dogwood Award Winners were:
- Lifetime Achievement – Annie Zaluski
- Individual Award – Terry Bonnett
- Group Award – Alligator Tug Advisory Committee