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This award, consisting a free registration for the 2013 NERGC conference, one banquet, a recognition certificate read at that banquet, and one night in a conference hotel is given to an individual who has provided outstanding volunteer service to the New England Regional Genealogical Consortium, Inc. or its member societies (as defined in the NERGC bylaws), over and above the job to which they were elected or appointed to do. The service might include (but need not necessarily be limited to) outstanding leadership, completing a special project or demonstrating expertise in accomplishing a goal, raising standards of excellence, or influencing for the better the field of genealogy on behalf of a qualifying genealogical society. The nomination may be for service and/or achievements during the previous calendar year or for achievements over a number of years leading up to and including the previous calendar year. Nominations must be made by someone other than the person being nominated. They may be submitted by one or more: • Delegates from or Presidents of NERGC member societies • Officers or members of the Board of Directors of the New England Regional Genealogical Conference. Nominations should include: • The full name of the nominee • A short vitae on the nominee • The name of the organization for which outstanding volunteer services were performed • A descriptive one page essay describing the qualifying services to NERGC or the member society and to the field of genealogy as a whole. Send nominations for the 2013 Award by Friday, October 12, 2012 to: Richard C. Roberts, 596 Gurleyville Road, Storrs, CT 06268-1408


  1. Sandy McGraw - DFAWAugust 16, 2012 at 12:36 PM

    I'm sure I will volunteer for something. Catch you at the DFAW Board mtg.
    S. McGraw


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