IMQA Lifetime Achievement Award
IMQA LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
There is no greater honor than to be recognized by one’s peers!
The Lifetime Achievement Award is intended to recognize individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the enhancement and advancement of the Longarm
Quilting Industry. Members in good standing in IMQA may nominate an individual to receive this award.
The Lifetime Achievement Award was established by IMQA in 2002 and has honored:
Norma Counce, Ken Gammill, Fred Nolting, Paul Statler, Marcia Stevens, Rick Volbrecht, and Zoltan Kasa.
The Lifetime Achievement Award will be awarded at the discretion of the Board of Directors.
- The nominee must have made, or is making, a significant contribution to the advancement and improvement of the longarm quilting industry.
- The Nominee may be living or deceased.
- Any current IMQA member may present a nominee for the Lifetime Achievement Award.
- The nomination must include a one page justification letter detailing why the nominee should receive the Lifetime Achievement Award.
- The nomination must also include (2) two other supporting letters detailing why the nominee should receive the Award.
- The Award will be presented at the Friday evening IMQA/MQS® Banquet of the Machine Quilters Showcase.
- The Award recipient or his/her family will be presented with a plaque of recognition.
- An article honoring the Lifetime Achievement Award recipient will be printed in the On Track! Magazine summer issue.
- Nomination must be typed.
- Deadline: Submit (2) copies of Nomination Form and any supporting materials, sent to arrive no later than FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2012 to:
Mary Hibbs, President, IMQA
PO Box 419
Higginsville, MO 64037-0419
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