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Nominees sought for Barth Award

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TriCity Family Services is seeking nominations for the 28th Annual William Barth Award. Established in 1985, the Barth Award recognizes an individual who has made a significant and positive impact through community service on the central Kane County area.

Nominees must be individuals whose investment in the community and concern for those living here is shown by an ongoing involvement in community life. The award recipient will exemplify the legacy of Barth, a founder of TriCity Family Services and a dedicated community leader.

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The award will be presented at the annual Barth Award Dinner Oct. 18 at Riverside Receptions in Geneva.

Nominations must be submitted no later than Sept. 28. A nomination form is available, but not required if equivalent information is submitted. A nomination form and a list of prior winners is available at tricityfamilyservices.org.

Send nominations to Miranda Barfuss, TriCity Family Services, 1120 Randall Court, Geneva, 60134; fax (630) 232-1471; email mbarfuss@tricityfamilyservices.org; or call (630) 232-1070.

TriCity Family Services is a private, nonprofit human service agency that promotes family-centered mental health and wellness. The agency provides counseling to people of all ages and all incomes, as well as educational and supportive mental health services to the community at large.

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