News release from IPFW:
Tapestry Updates: Nominations open for 2015 Dedication Award honoree
Silver sponsorships sold out
(November 21, 2014) â€” Nominations for the 2015 Tapestry Dedication Award are open through Monday, December 1. Anyone may submit a nomination by completing the form on the Tapestry website.
The fourteenth annual Tapestry: A Day for You will be dedicated to a female role model whose positive activities encompass all aspects of her life: family, community, and profession. The Dedication Award recipient will be honored during Tapestry’s breakfast program Friday, April 24, 2015.
Nominations should include a short description of how the nominee is a role model for women. Some examples include how the woman achieves a balanced life, empowers others, uses her leadership abilities, shares her passion for life, demonstrates compassion for others, keeps a positive attitude, serves the community, demonstrates strength of character, and envisions and implements positive changes around her.
Past Dedication Award recipients include Donna Emley, Dorian Maples, Bette Harris, Weezie (Mary Louise) Doermer, Harriett and Julie Inskeep, Pat Kunkle, Ione Auer, Pat Miller and Barbara Baekgaard, Colleen Benninghoff, Suzon Motz, Patty Martone, and Betty Stein.
Silver sponsorships for the 2015 Tapestry event are sold out. Some Gold sponsorships are still available, along with other sponsorship opportunities and options. To find out how you can put your company or organization in front of 10,000 of the most influential women in northeast Indiana, go to Tapestry website and click “Sponsor & Exhibit” at the top of the page.
Registration for Tapestry opens February 20.
For more information on Tapestry: A Day for You, contact project manager Kathleen Jackson, at 260-481-6854 (office), 260-409-2722 (cell), or. Registration for Tapestry opens February 20.
Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW) is the largest university in northeast Indiana, offering more than 200 prestigious Indiana University and Purdue University degrees and certificates. More than 13,000 students of diverse ages, races, and nationalities belong to the IPFW family. The 688-acre campus in Fort Wayne is home to over 9,900 degree-seeking undergraduate and graduate students. Through IPFW’s partnerships with area high schools, almost 3,300 high school students take dual credit courses, simultaneously earning both high school and college credits. IPFW is an Equal Opportunity/Equal Access University accredited by The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Learn more about us at ipfw.edu.