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  • 2022 Community Arts Champion - Nomination Form

    The Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce invites you to submit a nomination for the 2022 Business, Nonprofit, Citizen, Volunteer, Community Arts Champion, and Educator of the Year awards program. This is an opportunity for member businesses to celebrate excellence in their companies and an opportunity to recognize those who have made a lasting impact in the Greater Dover community. All awards will be presented at the Annual Awards Dinner on May 4, 2022.

    The Community Arts Champion Award honors an individual or business in Dover who focuses on creativity as integral to civic engagement, community vitality, and access for everyone, everywhere in the City.
    Businesses or individuals in this category demonstrate significant support for the arts in the form of grants, underwriting, major sponsorship, in-kind donations, and/or volunteer support. These businesses or individuals not only understand the benefits of the arts to creating vital communities and strengthening local economies and education, but their contributions significantly benefit the wider community as well.

    Anyone can nominate an arts champion. An individual may nominate only one person for the award. Individuals may not nominate themselves. Individuals who have won in the past 10 years are not eligible to win. Current Officers and Directors of the Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce are not eligible to receive this award.

    DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES:
    March 11, 2022 at 4 p.m.

    For more information email info@dovernh.org or call (603) 742-2218.
    Supporting documentation could include letters or notes from students, parents, fellow educators, or school administrators that testify to the existence of attributes that make the nominee an outstanding educator.
    Supporting documentation could include letters or notes from students, parents, fellow educators, or school administrators that testify to the existence of attributes that make the nominee an outstanding educator.