The T. Patricia Dee Volunteer Service Award is awarded to honor an individual or group that has volunteered a significant amount or time and effort on behalf of the Coralville Public Library. The award recognizes the long volunteer service of Pat Dee, who served on the Coralville Public Library Board of Trustees from the inception of the library in 1965 through the end of her sixth term in December, 1996.
The following guidelines apply to the award:
Sponsor of Award: The Board of trustees of the Coralville Public Library will name the recipient of the award. The President of the Board of Trustees may appoint a committee to review nominations and to select a candidate for a vote by the full Board of Trustees.
Frequency of Award: The award may be issued annually, and is announced at the April meeting of the Board of Trustees.
Nominations: Coralville Public Library staff, Friends, or trustees may nominate recipients for the award.
- Nominations must be submitted to the President of the Board of Trustees by March 1st.
- Nominations should be in the form of a letter describing the nominee’s service, and must be signed by the nominator.
- The nominee may be a regular library volunteer, trustee, or other individual or group that makes a worthy contribution of time and effort on behalf of the library.
- Individuals and groups may be nominated, and may receive the award, more than once.
Recognition: The name of the recipient of the award will be placed on T. Patricia Dee Volunteer Service Award plaque.
Adopted: January 1996
Reviewed: January 2000
Updated: February 2009
Reviewed: April 2013