Envision Athens Good Neighbor Awards Nomination Form - Deadline August 23rd
September 28 is recognized nationally as Good Neighbor Day. At its heart, Envision Athens is about the power of Good Neighbors...people who build community in a way that proves 1 + 1 > 2. To honor what makes Athens great, our neighbors, we are accepting nominations for the Envision Athens Good Neighbor Award. The Good Neighbor Award will celebrate Athenians who lead our community through exhibiting the four core values of Envision Athens; unity, equity, prosperity, and compassion. Please complete the following form to submit your nomination and join us on September 24 to celebrate the winners!
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Name of Person Filling Out Nomination
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Place(s) of Work/ Community Organization Affiliations
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Years Connected with Athens Community
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Nominee's Contact Information
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Years Connected with Athens Community (Nominee)
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Unity
A commitment to upholding both grace and truth in how we think about and talk about ideas and our neighbors.

A thoughtful preference for understanding others before insisting to be understood by others.

A decision to view others with the same level of nuance and complexity with which we view ourselves.

An upholding of the person-hood and dignity of others, even those with whom there is strong disagreement.

Describe how the person you are nominating for this award is a champion for unity. Feel free to share stories and anecdotes regarding how this person regularly exhibits a commitment to creating and sustaining unity in our community:
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Equity
A willingness to ask myself regularly if what I enjoy or experience comes at a cost to anyone else.

A commitment to working for a community in which my neighbors are also afforded the opportunities that I enjoy.

Valuing and pursuing the same level of education, opportunity, and joy for others’ children as I do for my own.

When confronted by inequity and unfairness, I am willing to name it, and help our community to be inhospitable to any construct that is hateful to humans.

Discuss the ways that the person you are nominating for this award has proven a record of fairness. Feel free to share stories and anecdotes that communicate their equitable ways or references:
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Prosperity
A creative ingenuity which provides the community with products and services that help define and uplift Athens.

A tendency toward innovation and constant improvement, especially in ways that increase opportunity for added employment.

A culture of brilliance and craftsmanship, in which each process, person and product is viewed with high regard and attention.

A commitment to prosperity that is not only for some, but available to anyone willing to join in the work.

Discuss how the person you are nominating for this award contributes to the prosperity and well-being of our community:
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Compassion
A willingness and regular habit of sharing in the joy and the suffering of others.

A view of others that tends to interact by/with versus to/for.

A commitment to engaging others as we would want to be engaged.

A genuine love for neighbor manifesting in celebrating the wonder of other people, and bringing to light the best in others.

Discuss how the person you are nominating for this award exhibits compassion in all their community relationships. Feel free to share stories and anecdotes that illustrate their compassion for their neighbors:
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What Else?
What else do we need to know about the person that you are nominating that is worthy of community-wide celebration recognition? Tell us why this person embodies the best of what it means to be an Athenian:
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Deadline: August 23rd
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