Nominations welcome for Sewickley Herald honors
The Sewickley Herald is accepting nominations for the newspaper's Man, Woman and Citizen of the Year honors.
From now until March 14, we'll look for your recommendations of those who have given unselfishly to the Sewickley Valley community.
Send us a few paragraphs detailing the achievements of that someone special.
Include your name, phone number and email address so we can learn more about your choices.
Letters can be sent to Editor Mya Koch, 504 Beaver St., Sewickley, PA 15143 or emailed to her at email@example.com.
Honorees will be named in the March 27 edition of the Sewickley Herald.
On April 25, the Herald will host its annual honors dinner, when the community gathers to salute a new set of honorees.
From the beginning 38 years ago, B.G. Shields, then-editor of the Herald, established the event to honor select individuals who had contributed above and beyond, in quiet ways or on the public stage, as documented in the pages of the paper.
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