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Some people have made a career of helping others. And some have done even more than that.

If you know someone whose passion is to help make the community better for others, the Black Culture Foundation wants to know about them. It is seeking nominations for its Black Rose, Humanitarian of the Year and Community Service awards.

“We are looking for someone whose volunteer efforts go over and above their job related activities,” said Margaret Hill, program chairman of the Black Culture Foundation. “These are unsung heroes, people who volunteer with multiple organizations or give all of their spare time to one. They never seek their own glory, but simply want to make their community a better place to live.”

To nominate someone for this award, contact Hill at marrobhill@aol.com, or call her at (909) 864-3267.

Nominations are due Friday, July 31.

Although the awards program focuses on the Black community in San Bernardino, Hill says an award winner need not be Black, nor a resident of the city. Many community leaders in law enforcement, education and other public venues have been recognized,

and people living in places such as Riverside, Chino, Rialto and Fontana have received the awards in honor of work done to benefit the Inland Empire as a whole.

The Foundation is selling tickets to the awards ceremony, which takes place Friday Sept. 11 at the National Orange Show – Valencia Room, 689 South E Street, San Bernardino.

Tickets purchased before Aug. 14, 2009 are $50 per person, or $500 for a table of 10. Tickets purchased after that date are $60 per person or $600 for a table of 10.

To order tickets or reserve a table, contact Hill at (909) 864-3267.

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