2019 Award Nominations
The Sally Compton and Rookie of the Year awards are the most important and most prestigious awards that FVDTC offers. They are awarded in recognition of service to the club and its members, by its members. Nominations are accepted through the month of January, and then published. Members of the club will then have an opportunity to vote for the most-deserving people. Winners will be announced at the annual dinner in April. Please give careful consideration, and then make your nominations here.
Sally Compton Outstanding Service Award
This award began in 1995, to acknowledge Sally Compton and her many, many years of service to the club which epitomized the true spirit of volunteerism. Sally’s dedication to FVDTCis genuine. She and her daughter Robin originally joined FVDTC when Robin participated and Sally volunteered in the 4-H dog training program over 30 years ago. Over the years, Sally earned a UD on one Rottweiler and Robin earned a UD on two Rottweilers. Sally also faithfully supported FVDTC as the club greeter at the Front Table for 25 years. Even after “retiring” from being the club greeter, Sally continued to support the club by hand labeling and stamping the Waggin’ Tales sent via snail mail, each month for many, many years. She saw it as her opportunity to stay in touch with her many friends at the club. Additionally, Sally and Robin continue to attend the annual Obedience Trials, greeting the exhibitors and her many friends. Club members who know Sally have been blessed. When nominating a member for the Sally Compton Award, please remember you are nominating a member who consistently contributes to the club. The nominee should be any member who frequently goes above and beyond the call of duty. As Sally herself said in her thank-you note, ‘I hope that the future recipients of this award will feel honored to be noticed not only for the duties required but those “extras” that make newcomers welcome, and that are necessary for the well being of the club.’
Rookie of the Year Award
This award began in 2012, to honor individuals who have been a club member for three years or less and have shown outstanding service and contributions to the club. When nominating a member for the Rookie of the Year award, please remember you are nominating a member who consistently contributes to the club. The nominee should be an individual who frequently goes above and beyond the call of duty and has been a member for three years or less.
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