2019 and 2020 Glenview Civic Awards Recognition Ceremony
UPDATE - The in-person award ceremony originally scheduled to be at the Renaissance Hotel has been cancelled by the Glenview Civic Awards Committee. A smaller, closed ceremony will be held to honor the 2019 and 2020 award recipients.
The 54th annual Glenview Civic Awards is recognizing 2019 and 2020 award recipients. With the cancelling of last years award ceremony due to COVID 19 pandemic, the committee wanted to still recognize those nominated in 2019. 2020 will consist of a special recognition to essential workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
2019 recipients are:
Citizen of the year - Cynthia "CJ" Sultz
Youth of the Year - Wyatt Cummings
Public Safety- Officer David Maize
Special Committee Award - Glenview Action Committee - Kerry Cummings, Charles Balling, David Raija, and Gary Dubofsky
The purpose of the awards is to recognize and pay tribute to citizens in Glenview who "made a difference" in the previous year by performing community service. Nominations can be made for:
- Citizen of the Year -- Must live or work in Glenview
- Youth of the Year -- Must be a Glenview resident in high school
- Public Safety Award -- Must be a Village police officer, firefighter/paramedic, dispatcher or Public Works employee
- Public Service Award -- Must have given direct support to public authorities
The nomination process is closed at this time, nominations will again be accepted in 2022. For more information, contact Sandie Elliott, Glenview Police Department, 2500 East Lake Avenue, Glenview IL 60026 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This civic event is sponsored by the Glenview Chamber of Commerce and these service clubs in the Village: American Legion Post 166, Glenview Women's Club, Kiwanis Club of Glenview/ Northbrook, Lions, Navy League-Glenview Council, Optimist Club of Glenview, Rotary-Luncheon and Rotary-Sunrise. Each year a member of each organization participates on a selection committee that reviews nominations and selects award recipients.