Tribute Award for All-Around Excellence: Pin and certificate awarded to an individual member who has made outstanding contributions in many areas.
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Bronze Medal (established 1935): This is the highest award given by The Federated Garden Clubs of Connecticut, Inc. to an individual, couple, group or club for outstanding accomplishments in upholding the aims and purposes of The Federation. No officer, committee chairman, or member currently serving on the Board of The Federation shall be eligible for consideration for this award. This award is granted by a majority vote of the Board of Directors of The Federation at the July board meeting. Nominations shall be made in writing to The Federation Awards Chair. The Bronze Medal is not necessarily given each year.
Lucille Schavoir Award (established 1978): This award may be awarded annually to a club for outstanding garden club work during the awards year. The Federation Awards Committee makes the recommendation from the club projects submitted to the committee chairs. This award is considered the highest award presented to a club.
Lillian M. Rathbun Award (established 1990 by the Lyme Garden Club): This award may be presented annually to an individual involved in all phases of garden club work. The recipient shall be chosen at the discretion of The Federation Awards Committee from nominations submitted by the general membership either to the Awards Chair or directly to the respective chairs of the Awards Committee before June 1st. This award is considered the highest award presented to an individual garden club member.
Club Certificate of Appreciation (established 1978): This award allows each individual club to recognize outstanding work, length of service, or whatever is applicable to honor one of its members in a fitting manner in any given year. Applications must be sent to the Federation Awards Chair by May 31. The recommendation must be approved by the Awards Committee. Only one Certificate of Appreciation per club per year.
Good Deed Citation (established 1980): A thoughtful gesture of goodwill aptly describes the Citation which recognizes an unusual worthwhile project that otherwise does not fit into the award categories. This might be a small or large one-time project, or a yearly one. Application should be made to The Federation Awards Chair before May 31.
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