Montrose Club wins numerous awards & special honors

Each year at our District Ten Conference, awards are given for service projects, club membership achievements, club communication, and more.  Altrusa of Montrose is very proud to have been honored with the following awards for the 2009/2010 year:

Mamie L. Bass Service Award - 1st Place for our Lifeline project

Nina Fay Calhoun International Relations Award - 1st Place for multiple projects, including Pennies for Peace, supporting a school in Nepal, American Flag exchange, and Kiva micro-loans

Distinguished Club Award - for our activity and productivity at every level of program involvement, including Service, Programming, Membership, Leadership and Communication - this is our 17th consecutive year of earning this designation

District Ten Membership Award, Membership Net Gain Award, and Hazel Henderson Membership Award - 1st Place for all three awards recognizing the most new members, the most net gain in membership, and the percentage of membership gain

Yearbook Award - 1st Place

Website Award - 2nd Place for this club website

Newsletter Award - 2nd Place

In addition to Club awards, Altrusa members Donna Herman (District Ten Governor-Elect) and Elaine Moore were recognized for having sponsored two new members during the past year.

And last, but most certainly not least, Donna Herman received the prestigious Governor's Award, which is given to just one individual in the District each year for outstanding service and positive impact on his/her local Altrusa Club and at the District and International levels as well as other community involvement. We are very proud of Donna and her dedication to Altrusa and to our community. She is an inspiration to all of us.

Club members display awards from the 2010 District Ten Conference.
Left to Right: Alice Vest, Roberta Hoey, Diane Winger, Linda Riba, Val Burnell, Kaye Hotsenpiller, Elaine Moore, Margaret Goodhue, Anita Johansen, Marianne Cross, Donna Herman, Natalie Frush, Ginny Spaven, Lorie Bollig

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