Presented since 1985, the prestigious Pacesetter Awards recognize people who have made significant contributions in the areas of arts and entertainment, community service, education, the environment, quality of life, and science, medicine or health. Pacesetter Award winners are always an inspiring bunch, and this year’s honorees are no exception.
Please join us for the 2010 Pacesetter Awards presentation and luncheon honoring Elizabeth J. Black for her contributions to the arts; Janet Beardsley for her exceptional community service; Jerry Aronson for his contributions to education; Will Toor for his environmental efforts; Darla Schueth for her contributions to science, medicine and health; Marsha Moritz for improving our community’s quality of life, and Maggie Kopel, this year’s youth award recipient.
The Pacesetter Awards presentation and luncheon will take place at 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 16 at the Millennium Harvest House in Boulder. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to celebrate our community’s best and brightest, and to meet the people who are responsible for making Boulder County such a wonderful place to live.
Seats are available for $30 each, and today is the deadline to make reservations. Visit www.dailycamera.com/pacesetter2010 today to purchase your ticket.