Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Who is your ‘Woman of the Year’?

Express taking nominations online


    The Idaho Mountain Express has launched its fifth annual call for nominations for women who work hard to make the Wood River Valley a better place.
    Nominations for the 2014 Woman of the Year opened officially on Monday, Jan. 20, and will be open through Sunday, Feb. 2.
    The Woman of the Year Award recognizes one local woman who has made the biggest difference to our valley over the last 12 months. The woman should have somehow made the Wood River Valley a better place through actions, contributions to the community and positive outlook on life.
    The five women with the most nominations will be posted online for a public vote in February. One will be chosen Woman of the Year and featured in the Idaho Mountain Express’ Valley Woman special section in March.
    To enter, visit The survey can also be accessed by going to the paper’s homepage, and clicking on the “Valley Woman: Submit Nominations” button.
    Nominations close Sunday, Feb. 2, at 5 p.m.

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