The Rotary Club of Leven is once again looking for nominations for the Young Citizen of the Year award, which it sponsors every year.
Is someone you know an outstanding young citizen? Perhaps you know someone who has shown courage in overcoming or coping with a disability or in an act of bravery, or has demonstrated a helping and caring attitude to the disadvantaged?
We want to recognise and honour someone who goes above and beyond for our community, giving their time and energy to making Levenmouth a better place.Lynn Herbet, president
If you can think of someone who fits the bill, then Rotray wants to hear from you.
Last year the award was won by Buckhaven High School pupil Chloe Grieve.
Lynn Herbert, Leven Rotary president, said: “We want to recognise and honour someone who goes above and beyond for our community, giving their time and energy to making Levenmouth a better place.”
To be eligible for the award, entrants must be 21-years- old or under, and must reside in the greater Levenmouth area e.g. Buckhaven, Wemyss, Kennoway, Largo, Leven, Lundin Links, Methil, Methilhill, Windygates, etc.
Nominations must be made by the deadline of June 6,2015.
Completed forms, which can be obtained www.rotary-ribi.org/clubs/homepage.php?ClubID=44, can be sent by post or emailed to Jim Houston at 18 Chapel Street, Buckhaven, KY8 1JN or email@example.com
If you have any queries regarding the nominations, he can also be contacted on 01592 712261 / 07502 436830.
The awards will be presented to the winners at on June 16 when the Rotary Club and its partner organisations will celebrate the achievements of youn people in the community.