Nomination sought for Rotary Daybreak Club award

The Daybreak Club wishes to honour young adults, ages 25 to 40, who are showing leadership.

The Nelson Rotary Daybreak Club is calling for nominations of Nelson and area adults for recognition through its Community Service Award.

The Daybreak Club wishes to honour young adults, ages 25 to 40, who are showing leadership and participation in making Nelson and area a better community.

The chosen recipients will be honoured at a Rotary Daybreak meeting.

Please send your nomination by May 22, containing full contact information for the nominee and description of community service, to mdmiller@uniserve.com.

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