Chambersburg Borough officials are now holding nominations for a Mike Waters-Chambersburg Citizen of a Year Award, that began in 2000.
The endowment is given to a chairman who has finished critical proffer work for a community, possibly in a final year or by a lifetime of service, pronounced David Finch, partner precinct manager.
Nomination forms have already been sent to several village use organizations in Chambersburg, he said. A form contingency be finished and mailed to Borough Hall to be considered.
Nominations will be supposed as late as Sept. 7, with a endowment presented during a Chambersburg Borough Council meeting, Finch said.
Last year’s endowment was given to Charles “CQ” Smith for his use volunteering as a Sunday propagandize teacher, church choir member, a Boy Scout personality for 50 years, a Rotary Club member and one-time boss given 1966 as good as a member of a Greater Chambersburg Chamber of Commerce given 1967.
The endowment is named in respect of Donald “Mike” Waters, who upheld divided on Sept. 12, 1999. Waters’ efforts enclosed portion on a Chambersburg Civil Service Commission, Chambersburg Community Improvement Association, a Rotary Club, a Prison Ministry, Downtown Chambersburg Inc., a Greater Chambersburg Chamber of Commerce and many other play and organizations.