Greenfield Youth Engagement Award Program
Greenfield is a vibrant, multigenerational community. We are proud of our tradition of volunteerism and community involvement. GCL created an Award in 2006 in honour of four community-minded Greenfield residents who died prematurely: Les Kathan, Lorne McMaster, Vergil Mergel and Rob Tchir. They each contributed appreciably to our community by coaching baseball, shinny hockey, and coordinating bingos.
In 2019, the Greenfield Community Spirit Memorial Award Program is changing to the Greenfield Youth Engagement Award Program which has been created that like these remembered individuals, eligible candidates embody core values of citizenship and community spirit.
All youth living within the boundaries of the Greenfield Community League who are interested in leading our community can apply to serve a one year term with the Greenfield Community League Board from September to June of the current year. This board position will have two key areas of focus:
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Greenfield Community Spirit Memorial Award Program
Award Competition Deadline
The Greenfield Youth Engagement Award Program competition for the 2021/2022 Board year is open until September 30. All candidates will be notified of the results by October 15th.
To be considered for the award candidates must:
If the successful applicant is deferring / must defer educational enrollment, honorariums will be held, without interest, for one year pending proof of enrollment. If the applicant is not enrolled in full time studies within one year of completing their volunteer time, they forfeit their honorarium back to the community.
Eligible candidates will be evaluated on the following basis:
The following documentation is to be submitted to the Board President with the subject line "Youth Engagement application Last Name, First Name, current Year" :