Community Impact Award
Nominations received for 2017 Community Impact Award
The Town would like to thank everyone who nominated someone for this special award. The winner will be announced at the Eagle Vision 20/20 co-hosted with the Eagle Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday, October 4, 2017 at the Eagle Town Hall.
2016 Winner - Mick Daly
Eagle Community Impact Award (from Eagle Chamber of Commerce)
Chamber President Mick Daly is the recipient of the 2016 Town of Eagle's Community Impact Award that was presented at the Eagle Vision 20/20 program at Eagle Town Hall on October 5.
Mick Daly was recognized for his dedication to the town's and its business community's success. His nomination included comments from twenty people who echoed his tireless dedication in facilitating conversations regarding the town's future, creating a co-working space in Eagle or the Eagle River Corridor Project Plan; he cares deeply about Eagle and the community.
When Daly is not spending time on his community interests, he and his wife Jenny are the owners of Juice Plus+, a healthy lifestyle franchise.
Daly is the third recipient of the award. In 2014, the award went to Scott Turnipseed and Chris Cook for their efforts to bring the Colorado High School Cycling League state championship race to Eagle.
The 2015 Community Impact Award was awarded to John Shipp, owner of Roadhouse Hospitality Group. Shipp was recognized for his strong support of the community and local nonprofits, as well as for the creation and management of simpatiCOworking, above the Dusty Boot.
Also nominated for the 2016 Community Impact Award were Yvonne Schwartz owner of Yoga Off Broadway and former Eagle Mayor Yuri Kostick.
2015 - John Shipp
(Photo courtesy of Vail Daily and Pam Boyd)
John Shipp, center, is flanked by Eagle Chamber President Mick Daly (right) and Eagle Mayor Yuri Kostick (left) as he receives the 2015 Eagle Community Impact Award.
2014 - Scott Turnipseed and Chris Cook (Photo courtesy of Vail Daily and Pam Boyd)
Eagle Mayor Yuri Kostick, center, presents the first Community Impact Award to Chris Cook, left center, and Scott Turnipseed, right center, during last week's Eagle Vision 20/20 event. Kate Rau, far left, and competitors with the Colorado High School Cycling League were also in attendance to honor Cook and Turnipseed's efforts to bring the race series to town.
From Vail Daily:
Mayor Kostick asked to implement and fund an annual Community Impact Award program.
The Community Impact Award honors a Town of Eagle individual, business or organization that is making a tangible, measurable impact on the community.
The Community Impact Award recipient has worked to make Eagle a better place to live, work and play, and represents the town’s creativity, resourcefulness and potential.