John H. Holliday Junior Award

The John H. Holliday Junior Award was established by The Society of Indiana Pioneers in 1970 to honor Mr. Holliday, its founding President.

The award is given annually to a school club or class, or similar organization. To be considered for the Holliday Award, groups must complete an application form and participate in a project, program or activity related to early Indiana history in the upcoming school year.

Criteria for the John H. Holliday Junior Award

Requirements:

  1. Groups must submit a completed application form. The deadline is September 30th of each year.
  2. Groups must have plans to complete a research project, or plans to participate in a program/activity that relates to early Indiana history in the upcoming school year.
  3. Groups must provide a brief summary (no more than a page) of the early Indiana history project, program or activity and attach it to the application.

Evaluation:

The selection will be made by a committee of the Society of Indiana Pioneers.

Award:

The award is $500.00 and also includes a complimentary one-year Associate Membership in The Society of Indiana Pioneers for the group’s primary sponsor. A certificate is also presented and the group winning the award will be recognized in the next edition of the Yearbook of The Society of Indiana Pioneers, as well as at the Annual Meeting of the Society in November.

This page last updated on Monday, September 19, 2016 .
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