Birmingham, Ala.– Vulcan Park Foundation announces it will postpone the annual Vulcans Community Awards to November 7, 2024.
Vulcan Park Foundation will postpone The Vulcans Community Awards until next year to align with the opening of the Foundation’s year-long exhibit celebrating the 20th anniversary of the reopening of Vulcan Park & Museum in 2004, the 25th anniversary of the creation of the Foundation, and Vulcan’s year-long celebration of his 120th birthday.
Vulcan Park Foundation President & CEO, Cynthia Cardona, said, “postponing this event by a year allows the Foundation and the Vulcans Community Awards committees to reinvent the event to complement the exciting anniversaries coming up in 2024”.
Since 2014, The Vulcans Community Awards has recognized citizens throughout the seven-county Birmingham region who personified Vulcan-sized civic commitment and pride, leadership, and progress. Over its eight-year history, The Vulcans Community Awards has celebrated over 75 ordinary citizens doing extraordinary things, people who were not seeking recognition and who were living the values attributed to Vulcan, the Roman mythical figure.
The 2022 Honorees are:
Lifetime Achievement: Dr. Jesse Lewis, a Birmingham visionary entrepreneur
Hero: Bradley Johnson of The Bibb County Sheriff’s Department
Game Changer: Dr. Mark Wilson of Jefferson County Health Department
Servant Leadership: Lawrence Sheffield of Manufacture Good
Heroes: Susan Montgomery Clark of The Megan Montgomery Domestic Violence Prevention Fund
Game Changers: Josephine Lowery of College Choice Foundation
Servant Leadership: Kelly Greene of Food For Our Journey
Vulcan Park Foundation will continue accepting nominations for The 2024 Vulcans Community Awards through July 31, 2024.
To learn more about the past recipients or to get involved, contact the Vulcan Park and Museum Development Department at 205.203.4823 or email email@example.com.