Last year, through a contest, a new logo was chosen for the Spirit of Revelstoke awards. Tammy Gillich created the design. (Liam Harrap/Revelstoke Review)

Nominations open for Spirit of Revelstoke awards

The deadline is Nov. 12

Community Futures is now accepting nominations for the annual Spirit of Revelstoke award.

The program recognizes citizens who have made outstanding volunteer contributions to the community.

The awards are open to all age groups and criteria includes:

  • contribution that occurred on a regular basis over time
  • contribution was related to a community organization
  • contribution that made a major impact on a specific project that will benefit the community at large

READ MORE:Volunteers recognized with Spirit of Revelstoke awards

The deadline to submit a nomination is Nov. 12 at 4 p.m. All nominations will remain anonymous. Recipients will receive a personal letter from the mayor as well as a small token of appreciation.

The nomination form is available online at

Nominations and questions can be directed to Brooke Burke at

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