MOUNT AIRY HALL OF FAME NOMINATION FORMS AVAILABLE THROUGH DECEMBER 1
The Historical Society of Mount Airy, MD, Inc. is soliciting nominations for the 2016 Hall of Fame program. All local organizations and individuals are invited to nominate a person or persons to be considered for this honorable position.
The purpose of the Hall of Fame is to honor truly deserving people, living or deceased, of Mt. Airy and the immediate surrounding areas, who by work, service, volunteerism, word or deed, made the community a better place for everyone. Also honored will be those who were born here and went on the bring honor and glory to the community by their efforts, deeds, or life’s work outside of the area. By honoring these individuals, it is believed that their stories will inspire others to greater achievement and make everyone aware of the fabric that is woven into our home – Mt. Airy, Maryland.
Nomination forms for the Mount Airy Hall of Fame may be found electronically, below just click on the blue link. You may also find them at Town Hall during business hours, at the Mount Airy Museum on Saturday between 12-4pm, or Blossom and Basket Boutique (3 North Main Street) during business hours. Any person or group is eligible to submit nominations to the committee using this form. Candidates should be considered from the following fields: business, community-civic service, education, historical, humanitarian, political, religious, sports-recreational, or a general category. Please send all nomination forms to HALL OF FAME COMMITEE, P.O. Box 244, Mount Airy, MD 21771. All nominations must be in the hands of the committee by Tuesday, December 1, 2015.
After the close of nominations, a committee will review all nominations and select the persons who will be inducted into the Mount Airy Hall of Fame. The induction will be held on March 15, 2016 at the American Legion Home, on Prospect Road.
Visit the Mount Airy Museum to learn about the people who have been inducted into the Mount Airy Hall of Fame.← Previous Article :: Next Article →