They must be returned to the Department of Public Information at City Hall, 13615 Michigan Avenue, Dearborn Michigan 48126 by the Oct. 8 deadline.
The award is presented each Veterans Day to the Dearborn veteran judged to have made a significant contribution to the Dearborn community, and to the interests of veterans.
The following criteria apply to all nominations:
The nominee must be a Dearborn resident.
Those eligible to make nominations are Dearborn residents or Dearborn veterans’ organizations.
The nominee’s community service work and work on behalf of veterans’ organizations must have been done only on a volunteer basis.
Nomination materials must contain proof of military service.
“The individual honored as Veteran of the Year is someone who never stops serving,” said Tom Wilson, Commander of the Dearborn Allied War Veterans Council. The Veteran of the Year fulfils an active role in the community, including DAWVC events on Flag Day, Memorial Day and Veterans Day.
The 2012 – 2013 Veteran of the Year will offer remarks after the presentation of the award at Dearborn’s Veterans Day Ceremony. Everyone is welcome to attend the event in the City Hall Council Chambers at 11 a.m. on Sunday, November 11.