Autumnfest Steering Committee Wants Input on 2022 Grand Marshall

 

Woonsocket – The selection process for the 2022 Autumnfest Grand Marshal has begun.  The planning process for the Grand Marshal’s Celebration will be enhanced and the honoree/honorees will have more time to relish their prestigious award.

 

The criteria for the Autumnfest Grand Marshal apply to individual/individuals who have, without compensation, given of themselves above and beyond for the betterment of the community and in some way Autumnfest.  In short, their efforts and contribution must have come from the heart.  

 

Your suggestion is important!  Here is your chance to help the Autumnfest Steering Committee in their search for this year’s Autumnfest Grand Marshal.  Be prepared to tell the Autumfest Steering Committee some background of your nominee, what your nominee has done for Autumnfest, and what your nominee has done for the community.  Please hurry, application submission deadline for Autumnfest Grand Marshal is February 28, 2022.

 

The Grand Marshal’s selection form as well as a complete list of former Autumnfest Grand Marshals can be found on the Autumnfest Website (www.autumnfest.org) under Grand Marshals.  Please review the list of former Grand Marshals so you do not nominate an individual/individuals who have already had this honor bestowed on them.  You can fill out the form and submit it online or download the form, fill it out and mail it to Autumnfest Grand Marshal, PO Box 574, Woonsocket, RI 02895.

 

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