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Springfield Museums Seek Nominees for Ubora, Ahadi Awards

The Ubora Award is presented to an African-American adult who has demonstrated a commitment to the Greater Springfield area and exhibited excellence in the fields of community service, education, science, humanities or the arts. The Ahadi Youth Award is presented to a young African-American who demonstrates strong character, leadership, academic achievement and future potential, and who has made a positive impact on the greater Springfield area. Eligible candidates must be 19 or younger, live in or have strong ties to the greater Springfield area, and be currently enrolled in grades 10-12. Nomination forms are available at springfieldmuseums.org. For more information, call (413) 263-6800, or email vcavagni@springfieldmuseums.org.

Mon, Mar 10, 2014 - Mon, Mar 31, 2014

Springfield Museums
21 Edwards St.
Springfield, MA,
(413) 263-6800
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