Kirkland seeks Citizen of the Year

KIRKLAND – The Greater Kirkland Chamber of Commerce is seeking nominations for its 2014 Citizen of the Year.

The nominee should be someone who has performed some significant public service, fostered pride in the community and/or made a lasting contribution to the quality of life in the area served by the chamber, which is equivalent to the Hiawatha School District boundaries. The nominee does not need to live in the area, provided he or she has been active in the community.

To nominate someone for this award, provide a statement in 150 words or less describing why the person you are nominating is deserving of the award. Include your name and address on the nomination letter.

Mail nominations to Kirkland Chamber of Commerce, P.O. Box 208, Kirkland, IL 60146, or email to with “Kirkland Citizen of the Year” in the subject line. Nominations are due by June 1.

The Greater Kirkland Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year will receive their award on June 12 at the Friends of the Kirkland Library Luncheon/First Evangelical Lutheran Church of Kirkland.

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