Ed Webb Service Award
The award is named for Ed Webb, a charter member of the Alvin Rotary Club, who served as an officer of the Club and served for many years as Sergeant of Arms. In addition, Judge Ed Webb gave of himself in an exemplary manner to the Alvin Rotary Club and is an example of the Rotary Club's motto, "Service Above Self." This Alvin Rotary Club award has been named in recognition of Ed Webb and embodies the spirit of Rotary's motto, "Service Above Self."
Criteria - Part One: To be considered, a Rotarian must:
Criteria-Part Two: The second part of the criteria is subjective and must be evaluated on a case by case basis of those Alvin Rotarians who have been screened, nominated, and passed through the first criteria process. Part Two of the criteria involved the review of the proposed Rotarian's work on behalf of the Alvin Rotary Club in placing "Service Above Self." The review would include, but not limited to the individual's work as an officer of the Alvin Rotary Club; whether or not that work met minimum standards or did the individual go above and beyond the call of duty for that particular office. Did the individual serve on a Rotary committee and give of himself more than was necessary to accomplish the goals? What type of work has the individual done on behalf of the Rotary Club of Alvin during Rotary sponsored events; Frontier Day, food drive, Rotary student scholarship work, ad hoc committee assignments, Alvin Rotary social events, and all other Alvin Rotary activities?
The Ed Webb Service Award is presented at the Annual Rotary Installation Banquet in those years in which an Alvin Rotarian has been nominated and has met the criteria as established by the Rotary Club of Alvin.
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