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Now that the national elections are over, let's get to the really important voting. It's time to begin the nomination process for this year's Feste Award! For those of you who don't know what the Feste Award is, check out the following from last year's "Feste"ivities:



Similar to last year, we'd like to bestow The Feste Award on one member of the community who best exemplifies our mission of Learning Together:

Because this is a community award, the nominations for this award should bubble up from within. We'd like to use this discussion board to accept your nominations for The Feste Award. In order to nominate someone, you must include the following:

- member name
- a few paragraphs detailing why this person deserves the award
- links to 3 posts from this year (2002) that exemplify this person's dedication to the community and to Learning Together

We'll accept submissions through December 1st, review them internally, and whittle the list down to 10 candidates. From there, we'll let the community vote to determine the winner of the second annual Feste Award!

A few points to mention:

- this isn't a lifetime achievement award. The winner should be chosen based on contributions from 2002 only

- you must list 3 posts from 2002 that exemplify the person's Feste deserving contributions or your nomination will not be considered

- you must write a few lines about why this person is deserving or your nomination will not be considered

- having already won last year's award, Jamie Gritton is exempt from this year's balloting and simply takes his rightful place in the pantheon of community Fools.

- TMF staff, despite how much you may love them (present company excepted), are not eligible, though I'm sure they'd still love it if you sang their praises

This was a lot of fun last year and we hope it will prove to be equally fun this year. So, let the nomination process begin!
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