What are you looking for in a nominee?

The Henry Johnson Award will be given to an Albany resident, nominated by their peers, who has made meaningful contributions to their community leadership and has bettered their community or the City in any of the following areas: arts and history, social justice, education, or volunteerism. This year, consider those who have risked their lives or even their health in the fight against COVID-19.

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1. Can children be nominated/win the award?
2. Must nominators and co-nominators be residents of the City of Albany?
3. Does the nominee's length of time as a resident of Albany matter?
4. What are you looking for in a nominee?
5. What kinds of community service count?
6. Can I nominate myself?
7. If I'm going to nominate someone, do I need co-nominators?
8. How many winners can there be?
9. Who is on the Henry Johnson Award Committee?
10. How will the winner be selected?
11. How will I know if my nominee has won?
12. Will I be contacted if my nominee has not won this year's award?
13. When will the 2023 Henry Johnson Award be given?