Dear Bexley Community Members,
Since 1935, the Bexley Women’s Club has served our special community with a three-part mission: community outreach, scholarships, and social services.
In 2021, our 86th year, we are proud to launch the Bexley Women’s Awards to recognize the important contributions and achievements of women and youth in our community.
You can get involved by nominating a special someone who deserves this recognition.
The Bexley Women’s Club Women’s Award recognizes women and youth in our community who work to benefit others, whether through community outreach, social service, or scholarships. This includes professionals who go the extra mile, as well as volunteers who are working to improve our community.
The degree to which their services/ actions have made a lasting or meaningful contribution or impact on their community - 40%
The length and degree of their service(s) – 20%
The extent to which their service or action might be considered above and beyond the call of duty – 20%
The extent to which their action would be recognized and valued by their peers/ community leaders- 20%
Every year, the Bexley Women’s Club will recognize the outstanding achievements of five local women and/or youths with the Bexley Women’s Award. There are categories for adults and young people.
Here are the award categories:
- Community Service Award
- Scholastic Award
- Social Service Award
- Community Service Award (Grades 6-8)
- Community Service Award (Grades 9-12)
Here is how the process works:
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Bexley Women’s Club established a one-time award, the Special Service Award, presented in 2021 only.
The Special Service Award recipient is Dr. Amy Acton.
We honor Dr. Acton as a great role model. Her courage, dignity, and intelligence make us proud to be Bexley community members
*Due to her preselection for this award, please do not nominate Dr. Amy Acton for other award categories in 2021.