25 January 2011

REMINDER: 31 January 2011 -- NGS Awards and Competitions deadline

Remember that NGS recognizes excellence The National Genealogical Society recognizes excellence in the genealogy field by presenting awards in numerous categories and several competitions. The deadline for the 2011 awards is the end of the month (31 January 2011).

The presentation of these awards is administered by the NGS Awards Committee, which sets deadlines for the receipt of nominations. Notice of the deadlines is sent to the Board of Directors and to the membership through NGS Magazine. Nominations are submitted to the NGS Awards Committee, which reviews and evaluates the nominations.

Send nomination forms by postal service or e-mail to:
NGS Awards Program
3108 Columbia Pike, Suite 300
Arlington, Virginia 22204-4370 USAE-mail: [email protected]  
Include "NGS AWARD" in the Subject line of your message.
All nominations must include e-mail contact information for nominees and the persons nominating them.

Why not nominate someone you know or enter your own work in one of these NGS competitions? Click on each award/competition to get further details.

·       Award of Honor
·       Award of Merit
·       Rubincam Youth Award

Check out past winners!

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