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April 17, 2011

PN Mother of the Year nominations deadline April 20

PORT NECHES — The Port Neches Chamber of Commerce is accepting nominations for Mother of the year 2011.

The nominee for Mother of the Year must reside within the city of Port Neches. Individual’s nominating someone do not have to reside in the Port Neches School District. Nomination letters cannot exceed 250 words. Nominations must include the full name, address, telephone number, past and present involvement in family, community, etc. The Individual submitting a nomination must also include his/her full name, address and telephone number.

Nominations must be placed in an envelope marked ‘MOTHER OF THE YEAR” and either mailed to the Port Neches Chamber of Commerce, P. O. Box 445, Port Neches, TX 77651; or, hand deliver your nomination to the Port Neches Chamber office located at 1110 Port Neches Avenue, Port Neches, TX. Entries can also be e-mailed to Donna at DiscjocDML@aol.com or Debbie at pncoc@swbell.net.

All entries need to be received no later than 5 p.m. on Wednesday, April 20, 2011. NOTE: Nominees not chosen may be nominated again the following year.

 

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