Light Up Wallace County to Honor Local Volunteers: Wallace County Foundation Seeks Your Nominations

The Wallace County Foundation is proud to sponsor Light Up Wallace County once again.  Each year the Foundation accepts nominations from the community in an effort to recognize those who work hard serving the communities and people of Wallace County.  These people will be recognized Saturday, December 16th, at the Events Center on the Wallace County Fair Grounds during Light Up Wallace County. The evening will be filled with entertainment, a POT-LUCK appetizer buffet, an awards ceremony, and fellowship. 

 

The Wallace County Foundation is seeking nominations for the volunteer awards.   The selection of nominees will be based upon their representation of Wallace County through their willingness to give unselfishly of their time and resources without compensation.  If you know someone that meets this criteria, please nominate them by sending your nominee’s name, what organizations they serve, if any, and a brief description of the volunteer services to the Wallace County Foundation.  They can be taken to the Foundation Office, located in the Farm Bureau office on Thursdays, or email them to wacofdn@gmail.com.  Nominations can also be given to the Wallace County Foundation Board Members: Etta Walker, Christy Hammer, Lindsey Larson, Lisa Schemm, or Virgie Popp.   They can also be mailed to the Wallace County Foundation office at PO Box 471, Sharon Springs, KS 67758.

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