The American Association of University Women — Green Bay Area Branch is seeking nominations for the 2014 Dreamers and Doers Award. This award recognizes contemporary women in Brown County who have demonstrated achievement and sustained leadership, and have shared their unique talents to make our community a better place in which to live. You may know a woman who fits this description and deserves to be recognized. She may have contributed significantly to our community through her professional duties, organizational involvement, and/or volunteer work. She may have broken barriers or taken risks and is a role model for younger women. Past winners with UW-Green Bay ties include Carol Bush, Betsy Hendrickson, Judith Crain, Devon Christiansen, Maria Hinton, Carol Hammerle, Diane L. Ford and Dotty Juengst. All nomination information is confidential. Selection is based solely on information provided in the written nomination. Nominations must be postmarked by Feb. 15, 2014. No self-nominations will be accepted. Download the official nomination form at http://greenbayarea-wi.aauw.net/ under the Dreamers and Doers heading or request one at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dates set for Dreamers and Doers events at Heritage Hill Park
The local chapter of AAUW now has two events scheduled in connection with Women’s History Month and the Dreamers and Doers Award. Both take place at Heritage Hill State Park.
• Thursday, March 27, 5:30 to 8 p.m. — A new event, AfterHours with Dreamers and Doers, provides an opportunity to celebrate the accomplishments of Brown County women with past award winners. There will be an exhibit and sales by women artists, music by Randi Fay, wine by Parallel 44, light appetizers by Chefusion, and a bucket-style raffle.
• Saturday, March 29, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. — The Dreamers and Doers Award Luncheon and Artist Exhibition will provide for all nominees to be recognized and the award winner announced at the luncheon emceed by Erin Davisson of WFRV TV-5. Works by women artists, raffle items and door prizes will be featured. Questions? Visit http://greenbayarea-wi.aauw.net/.