In an effort to recognize outstanding and deserving community members who demonstrate a commitment to further library services, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh is seeking nominations for its 2013 Community Advocate Award.
The award, which is presented to an individual or group of people, will be announced during the library’s Annual Public Meeting on March 21.
Nomination forms may be downloaded at www.carnegielibrary.org and returned to any Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh location or sent electronically through the library website by March 1. Each nomination will be reviewed by a committee of library service staff and management for the following candidate criteria:
• Belief in the importance of free and equitable access to information in a democratic society.
• Belief libraries and librarians are vital to the economic, social and educational fabric of the community.
• Ability to act as an ambassador in the community; serving as the eyes and ears of the library, as well as its voice.
The award was created in 2012 as a way for library board and staff to recognize the outstanding library advocacy efforts of community members. This year’s Annual Public Meeting will take place on Thursday, March 21 at 6:30 p.m. at CLP-East Liberty, 130 S. Whitfield Street.