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Section Awards

Service Award

Bill T Russell
Mountaineering Award
Fran Smith
Lifetime Achievement Award
Bradley,  Bill          2000 Lilley, Barbara      2001 Jones, Ron             2001
Valkass,  Maris      2000 MacLeod, Gordon   2001 Richter, Dan           2002
Leonard, Karen      2001 Mantle, Doug          2002 McRuer, Duane      2003
McDermott, Linda  2001 Brasket, Ted          2003 Steve, Smith          2004
Roach, Greg           2002 Gnagy, Rich           2004 Erspamer, Edna     2005
Roach, Mirna          2002 Mitchell, Christine 2005 Reber, Barbara      2006
Kline, Patty            2003 Bartell, Ron           2005 Acheson, Pat          2007
Acheson, Dean       2004 Secor, R. J.            2006 McMannes, Mary    2011
Acheson, Pat          2004 Rambert, Patty      2007  
Adrian, Mark          2005
Tidball, Larry         2008  
Knapke, Charlie      2006
Tidball, Barbee      2008
 
Craig, Gary            2007 Henney, Vic           2010  
Baldwin, Elaine      2008

Wyman, Sue           2010  
Jamison, Scot        2008 Bowman, Tina        2012  
Jamison, Yvonne   2008    
Sumner, Bob          2009    
Perkins, Ann          2010    
Perkins, Dave        2010    
Holloway, Sue       2010    
Baldwin, David      2013    
     
     
     


DPS SERVICE AWARD CRITERIA

  • Served on management committee (either elected or appointed positions)
  • Leads trips for DPS
  • Hosts chili cook-off/old timers’ trip/etc.
  • Hosts meeting/potlucks
  • Does trip write-ups for Sage
  • Participates in Sierra club service activities; goes on service trips
  • Serves as webmaster; contribute to DPS website
  • Serves as Sage newsletter editor; contribute to Sage
  • Serves as Peak Guide editor; contribute to Peak Guide
  • Actively recruits for DPS
  • Goes on DPS trips
  • Promotes desert conservation and exploration
  • Would their absence be noticed?

DPS MOUNTAINEERING AWARD CRITERIA

  • Not necessarily a leader but it counts!
  • Has a passion for mountaineering and peak bagging
  • Completion of DPS achievements (emblem, explorer, list finish)
  • List finisher of other lists
  • Supports DPS Peak List improvement: participates in exploratory trips, scouts/writes up new routes, reviews status and conditions of existing peaks, etc.

DPS LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD CRITERIA

  • Awardees shall have shown dedication to the DPS and Sierra Club over many years
    through service and/or mountaineering activities (such as those listed for the Mountaineering and Service Awards).

    The Management Committee put a lot of time and thought into awards before the 2009 Banquet. It’s a difficult but very important responsibility for the group. We trust that the foregoing material will make the selection more informed and less subjective. Above is a set of criteria for each award to use as guidance for candidate selection (not the final qualifiers). We also feel it is important to get member suggestions for candidates.

 
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