Lakewood Foothills Rotary Club is seeking nominations for the prestigious Scott Metcalf Award. Any club project established within the Four Avenues of Service and initiated during the current Rotary year is eligible for the award. The project will be judged solely by the information presented.
A complete description of the club project must be submitted to Lakewood Foothills Rotary by February 25th and all projects are to be displayed at the District Conference. The projects will be judged by a panel of three Past District Governors appointed by the current District Governor (Lakewood Foothills is not eligible.)
The Scott Metcalf Award was established by the Lakewood Foothills Club to recognize the outstanding club project for the year. It honors the memory of Scott Metcalf, Sr., Past District Governor of District 5450 and former member of the Lakewood Foothills Club who best depicted Rotary’s motto “Service Above Self”.
The award was redefined in 1989 to recognize the best new club project for the year. The award is a traveling trophy and an individual plaque. If you know of a project that exemplifies the spirit of Rotary, please complete the enclosed form and return it no later than February 25th.
This year’s award will be presented at the District Conference. Thank you for your attention and for your willingness to submit your nomination for this award!
A summary of the responsibilities for the club presenting this award are included within this PDF file.