Nominations Sought for 2017 Friend of the Beaches Award

Pictured (l to r): Sandy Golding (Beaches Watch President) and Kathy Christensen

Pictured (l to r): Sandy Golding (Beaches Watch President) and 2016 Friend of the Beaches recipient Kathy Christensen

Beaches Watch is seeking nominations for the 2017 Friend of the Beaches Award. The Friend of the Beaches Award is an annual award that recognizes individuals, businesses or organizations for exemplary contributions that have enriched our quality of life at the beaches.

“Through the Friend of the Beaches award, we want to recognize the positive things that are happening in our community”, said Beaches Watch President, Sandy Golding.

Nomination submissions should include the following:
Nominator’s name and primary contact information;
Nominee’s name and primary contact information. If nominating a business or organization, please also provide an individual name and contact information for the business or organization;
Detailed reasons for the nomination. Please list things the nominee has done that have enriched our quality of life at the beaches.
Nominations should be submitted by 5pm, Friday, Feb. 24, 2017 to info@beacheswatch.com or mail to Beaches Watch, Inc., P.O. Box 50311, Jacksonville Beach, FL 32240.

The Friend of the Beaches Award will be presented at the annual Member Social in April. Recipients will be honored at the social for their contributions and will be awarded the Friend of the Beaches plaque.

Previous award recipients have been the Kathy Christensen, Beaches Branch Library, St. Johns River Ferry Task Force, the Beaches Green Market, River Branch Foundation, Mario’s by the Ocean, Mary Emerson-Smith, Bennie Furlong and Marcy Silkebaken.

Write to us at:

Beaches Watch
P.O. Box 50311
Jacksonville Beach FL 32240

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