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The Common Threads North Award recognizes women in agriculture who have chosen to make a difference in their communities and our world through philanthropy and service above and beyond their job responsibilities. It honors those exemplary individuals whose extraordinary contribution of time, energy and resources enhance the lives of all around them. Eligible women must be from counties north of the line created by Santa Cruz, Stanislaus, and Tuolumne counties, inclusive.
Nominations for the 2021 Common Threads Award are currently being accepted and are due by NOVEMBER 15, 2020. From those nominations, a panel of Common Threads representatives will select women who have demonstrated extraordinary participation in their community by giving their time, expertise and other contributions. Recipients will be recognized at an awards ceremony April 7, 2021 at Butte Creek County Club in Chico, California.
Download a nomination packet here:
Directions for submitting a nomination are included in the document.
For more information on the nomination process, the award ceremony or the program in general, please contact Sarah DeForest at 530-898-3737 or by email at .