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Community Excellence Award Race for the Cup

About the Award

2009 Community Excellence Award Cup Winner

The League recognizes innovative solutions through the peer-nominated Community Excellence Award, a spirited competition we affectionately call “The Race for the Cup.”

How it Works

Competitors are given five minutes to present at their respective Region Seminar. Following the presentations, candidates are reviewed and scored by the seminar attendees and the winner (for that region) is announced.

The seven region finalists go on to represent their community in the final round at the League’s Annual Convention, where votes from every attendee are counted, and the winner is announced at the Convention’s final event.

Does Your Community Have What it Takes?

Enter your community in the Race for the Cup if you answer YES to the following questions:
- Does your community have an innovative local success story, program, or project?*
- Did this project have a positive impact on your community?
- Could another community adapt this project to meet a similar challenge?

Entry Process . . . 

1.) Register
Register for your Regional Meeting and mark “yes” to enter the Community Excellence Awards and complete the entry form. 

2.) Prepare a 5 Minute Presentation 
Past presentations have included DVDs, PowerPoints, display boards and show-and-tell (we encourage any and all displays of creativity) but require:
- Presentations must be five minutes or less.
- Send AV to the League TWO WEEKS BEFORE your Region Seminar.
The League will have a laptop (plays DVDs) and projector on-site. Mail DVDs to 1675 Green Road, Ann Arbor Michigan, 48106 attn:  Kim Cekola, and email PowerPoints here.

Past Winners

2012 Grandville Clean Water Treatment Plant (Region 3)
2011
Clare's Cops & Doughnuts Bakery  (Region 4)
2010 Grand Haven Vivid and Lively Goals (Region 3)
2009 Lathrup Village Timebank Project (Region 1)
2008 Jackson Armory Arts (Region 2)
2007 St. Joseph Community Art Project (Region 2)

More about the Award…

As the major force in the inspiration of today’s communities, the League’s recognition efforts are directly linked to our mission of “passionately and aggressively pushing change for better communities.”

By increasing the visibility of entrepreneurial and innovative solutions through the Community Excellence Award, the League strives to help educate and inspire members to remain focused on their passion for the areas they represent.

 

 

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