Call for Nominations: Anthem Veterans Service Award 2022

Aug. 11, 2022, Anthem, AZ – The public is invited to submit their nominations for the 2022 Anthem Veterans Service Award presented during the Anthem Veterans Day Ceremony on Friday November 11, 2022. Deadline for nominations is Friday October 7, 2022.

The Anthem Community Council (ACC) selects one outstanding individual or group to recognize their extraordinary service and selfless dedication in support of our nation’s veterans. The ACC created the Anthem Veterans Service Award in 2013. The presentation to the award recipient is part of the community’s prestigious Veterans Day ceremony held at the Anthem Veterans Memorial.

Anybody who would like to make a nomination can download the form from the ACC website onlineatanthem.com. Instructions for completing and submitting the nomination are on the form. Nomination forms that arrive after the deadline will not be considered. The award recipient must attend the Anthem Veterans Day Ceremony for the formal award presentation.

The ACC Board of Directors will determine the award winner based on the content and clarity of the completed nomination form. The award recipient will receive a plaque and staff inscribed with his/her name and an official press release celebrating their achievement.

Direct any questions regarding the Anthem Veterans Service Award to ACC Communications Director John Safin, 623-742-6065.
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Anthem, Arizona is a master planned community located in Maricopa County, Arizona. The Anthem Community Council, Inc. serves as a unifying entity for the Anthem community. The mission of the Anthem Community Council, Inc. is to establish and maintain a governing structure which will preserve, protect and enhance the plans, policies, infrastructure and resources needed to support a sense of community, ensure sound economic development, and promote a quality of life for all Anthem residents.

The award-winning Anthem Veterans Memorial, a project of the Anthem Community Council, is located in Anthem Community Park. The Memorial was dedicated Nov. 11, 2011 to honor the service and sacrifice of our country’s armed forces. It is a place of honor and reflection for veterans, their family and friends, and to show respect to those service men and women who have and continue to courageously serve our country. The AVM received Arizona Historic Landmark status in April 2012.