PERSON OF THE YEAR (Virginia Oredson Award): The Virginia Oredson Award is given to a person who:
Has encouraged Denver neighborhoods or citizens to work together in a common effort to solve community problems.
Has established a record of selfless community service and has encouraged and motivated others to volunteer their services to engage in community improvement.
PUBLIC SAFETY (Bill Gross Award): The Bill Gross Award is given to a person who:
Has a strong record of working with neighborhoods to better public safety in the community.
Has made Denver a safer place in which to live.
OUTSTANDING INC DELEGATE (Walt Kembel Award): The Walt Kembel Award is given to a person or group who:
Is an INC delegate or a member of a member RNO.
Has contributed to INC during the past year over and above normal expectations to develop and pro-mote the organization, or has moved INC forward or in new directions in creative or unexpected ways.
Neighborhood Stars: Neighborhood Stars are nominated for that award by the Board of an INC member RNO. A Neighborhood Star is awarded to a person who has:
A person who has made a difference in their neighborhood
Worked individually or with a group to make “Denver a Better Place to Live.”
Worked individually or with a group over the past year on a cause or a project that has improved the appearance or the quality of life in their neighborhood.