Mayor Pauline Repp decided to postpone the Spirit of Port Huron Awards ceremony until September 14, 2020. The deadline to nominate individuals for the awards has been extended to Wednesday, July 1st. The Port Huron City Council is asking people to thoughtfully consider submitting nominations in the following categories:
BROTHERHOOD: A person who has displayed leadership in fostering understanding and promoting harmony and good will among all.
CIVIC: A person, business or organization who has significantly contributed time, talent or investment to make Port Huron a better place to live, work and play.
CULTURAL: A person who has encouraged the appreciation and advancement of the arts or heritage of Port Huron and its citizens.
ECONOMIC PROGRESS: A person or business that has invested or encouraged an investment in the community that has stabilized or enhanced the economic climate and quality of life in Port Huron.
GOOD NEIGHBOR: A person who has gone out of his/her way in an unsolicited manner to help a neighbor or neighbors in an extraordinary manner.
HERIOSM: A person (or persons) who has risked personal injury or his/her life in a spontaneous act to save others.
LIFE ACHIEVEMENT: Bestows a special recognition on the rare individual who has consistently and unselfishly given an extraordinary amount of time and personal effort over the course of many years toward the betterment of the community and fellow man.
YOUTH SERVICE: A young person who has displayed outstanding citizenship, principally through community service activities.
Nominations should include:
- Your name, address, and phone number.
- The nominee’s name, address and phone number.
- The category for which they are being nominated.
- A description of the activities that support the nomination.
Nominations must be received by July 1, 2020, and should be mailed to:
Office of the Mayor
100 McMorran Boulevard
Port Huron, Michigan 48060
Reporting for WGRT – Jessie Wiegand