Do you know an individual who is continually working behind the scenes to enhance East Cobb County and help ensure that it is a special place to live? If you do, the Cobb Chamber of Commerce is seeking the names of community members who, over the years, have given their time to serve the community and have helped to make East Cobb the distinctive place that it is.
The East Cobb Citizen of the Year award, created by Cobb County service clubs and co-sponsored by the Cobb Chamber Area Council and the East Cobb Business Association, has been presented to extraordinary individuals for the work they have done in East Cobb County. Past recipients include Sunny Walker, Don Johnson, Susan Hampton, Johnny Johnson, and Karen Hallacy to name a few.
And through a continued partnership with Cobb County civic and business organizations and the Cobb Chamber Area Councils, the East Cobb Citizen of the Year Award continues to recognize outstanding, service-minded individuals that have exceptionally impacted East Cobb County.
The individual should demonstrate definable, exceptional deeds that showcase a dedication to making East Cobb County a better place to live, work and play. The individual may have a history of impacting the community, in addition to notable impact throughout the course of this year. The individual should be extremely active and hands-on in a Cobb County community and should be easily considered a role model.
The selection for the East Cobb Citizen of the Year recipient does not have to be a member of a specific organization such as the Cobb Chamber Area Councils, the Cobb Chamber, or a Cobb County business or civic association.
To nominate an individual for East Cobb Citizen of the Year, one must complete a nomination form. For more information or to request a nomination form contact Tya Dawson, Director of Small Business and Entrepreneurial Programs, Cobb Chamber of Commerce at 770-859-2341 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. All forms must be received by noon, Friday, September 19.