Nominations Open for 2021 Citizen of the Year

NOMINATE LEBANON’S 2021 CITIZEN OF THE YEAR

Nominations for the 2021 Lebanon Citizen of the Year Award are being sought.  This award was established by the Lebanon Bicentennial Commission and was first presented in 1974.  The award is presented to an individual of good character who has made significant volunteer contributions to the community; this may include time volunteered to clubs, organizations, churches and hospitals. 

Any person who wishes to submit a nomination may pick up or request a nomination form from the Office of the First Selectman, Lebanon Town Hall, or download the form here. Nominations will be accepted up to Monday, May 10, 2021 at 4:00 p.m. and may be mailed or delivered by hand to the Lebanon Town Hall, 579 Exeter Road, Office of The First Selectman, Lebanon, CT  06249.   Nominations should be in a sealed envelope clearly marked “Citizen of the Year”.

Original signatures are required on the nomination forms or letters.

Past recipients have been Dorothea Fischer,  Reverend Karl Blake, Clarence Geer, Clara Mindel, Alberta Hawkins, Henry Aspinall, E. Russell Tollmann, Kurt Bender, Elizabeth Grant, Dr. Imogene H. Manning-Tarcauanu, Jennie Brewster, Margaret T. McCaw, Edward O. Clark, Reverend Dr. John H. Brooks, Mary Wells, Flora Williams, Carolyn Wentworth, Frank Adamcewicz,  Arlene McCaw, Geraldine McCaw, George Randall, Mary Lou Beckwith, Frank Bartizek, Ruth Tollmann, Robert Cady, Sr., James Donnelly, James E. McCaw, Priscilla Donnelly, Alicia Wayland, Marion Russo, Barbara Wengloski , Joyce Okonuk, Harold Liebman, Dr. William J. Jahoda and Ron Bender, Robert Leone , Russ Blakeslee, Marge Jahoda,  Ed Tollmann, Betsy Petrie, T. Allen Palmer, Richard Tanger, Glen Coutu, Dick & Rita Lataille, Linda Finelli, Rosemarie Bessette and Rand Wells.

The Lebanon Citizen of the Year will be chosen by ballot by the Town's past recipients of the award.  The name of the 2021 recipient of the award will be announced during the ceremonies following the Memorial Day Parade on May 29, 2021 at the Lebanon Town Hall.

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE OF THE FIRST SELECTMAN AT 860-642-6100.