Published On: Sat, Oct 4th, 2014

Nominations being taken for Frell Owl Award

 

Lana Lambert (2nd from left front row) was named the 2013 Frell Owl Award Winner.  Lambert works at VOC and serves as the coordinator for the Qualla Boundary Special Olympics program.  Shown (left-right) front row – Tommy Lambert, Boys Club general manager; Lana Lambert; back row – Big Cove Rep. Perry Shell, Principal Chief Michell Hicks and Boys Club president Wilbur Paul.   (CBC photo)

Lana Lambert (2nd from left front row) was named the 2013 Frell Owl Award Winner. Lambert works at VOC and serves as the coordinator for the Qualla Boundary Special Olympics program. Shown (left-right) front row – Tommy Lambert, Boys Club general manager; Lana Lambert; back row – Big Cove Rep. Perry Shell, Principal Chief Michell Hicks and Boys Club president Wilbur Paul. (CBC photo)

The Cherokee Boys Club Board of Directors is now accepting nominations for the 28th Frell Owl Award.  Nominees should be those who have significantly contributed to the welfare of Cherokee children and families in ways other than those required by their employment.

A letter of nomination must include the person’s name, address, employer, nominator’s name and phone number, and a one-page narrative of the nominee’s work with Cherokee children and families.  Additional information may be included such as newspaper articles, photos, support letters, etc.  Current Cherokee Boys Club Board members are exempt from nomination.

Nomination forms may be picked up from the Cherokee Boys Club, Monday through Friday, 8a.m. – 4:30 p.m.  Forms can also be e-mailed upon request. Nominations should be submitted to Jeannie Arkansas, Cherokee Boys Club, PO Box 507, Cherokee, NC 28719 or delivered to the Cherokee Boys Club at 52 Cherokee Boys Club Loop. If you have any questions, please call 497-5645. Please mark your nomination CONFIDENTIAL.  The deadline for receiving nominations is 12p.m. on Friday, Nov. 7.

The Frell Owl Award was introduced in 1983 to recognize persons who have exemplified the character and accomplishments of the late Cherokee educator Frell Owl.  Past recipients are: John Crowe, Stella Kanott, the Crowe Family, Ray Kinsland, Pearl and John Reagan, Betty Crisp, Jerri Kinsland, Mary Chiltoskey, Dora Reed, Marie Junaluska, Sharon and David Crowe, Ernestine Walkingstick, Jody Adams, Gary Maney, Mary Sneed, Mary Mantooth, David McCoy, Glenda Crowe, Denise Ballard, David McQueen, Skooter McCoy, Johnson “Booger” Arch, Kathy Wolfe, Carmaleta Monteith, Roy Lambert, Sandy Owle and Lana Lambert.

– Cherokee Boys Club

 

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