The Greenville Chamber of Commerce is accepting nominations for the 21st annual Gerald Turley Memorial Award. Created in 1994 to honor a Greenville citizen who has demonstrated personal sacrifice, involvement, innovation, and community leadership to promote the success of Greenville, the award was named for Gerald Turley, a former mayor. Last year’s recipient was Frank Joy.
Nomination letters should include detailed reasons why the individual qualifies for the award. Letters may be submitted to the Greenville Chamber of Commerce, P.O. Box 283, Greenville. Deadline for submissions is February 21. Those who have been nominated but not selected in the past may be nominated again. The recipient of the Gerald Turley Memorial Award is selected by a special committee of the Chamber of Commerce. The award will be presented during a program held in the spring.
For more information about the Gerald Turley Memorial Award, the nomination process, or past recipients, call the Greenville Chamber of Commerce at 664-9272.