Worker of the Year Awards Announced at 2010 SCCA Runoffs ELKHART LAKE, Wis. (Sept. 23, 2010) -- The 2010 SCCA Club Racing Worker of the Year Awards were presented on Thursday, Sept. 23, at Road America, during the 2010 SCCA National Championship...
Worker of the Year Awards Announced at 2010 SCCA Runoffs
ELKHART LAKE, Wis. (Sept. 23, 2010) -- The 2010 SCCA Club Racing Worker of the Year Awards were presented on Thursday, Sept. 23, at Road America, during the 2010 SCCA National Championship Runoffs0x00ae presented by Subway.
Every year, the Sports Car Club of America requests nominations from its members for Worker of the Year in their specialty categories. From the pool of nominees, a peer group from each worker specialty selects who they feel has earned Worker of the Year honors. Each of the Worker of the Year award winners will be featured in a 2011 issue of SportsCar Magazine.
"The workers are a key ingredient in our club, and without their contributions we wouldn't be able to put on our racing events," Jeff Dahnert, SCCA President and CEO, said. "This is one night of the year where we can stand up and recognize the work that they all put in during the season as volunteers, and single out just a few who have been recognized by their peers."
This year's winners include:
Emergency Services - John Kielb (Cal Club Region)
Flagging and Communications -- Verne Wandell (Western Michigan Region)
Pit and Grid - Joelle Pence (Southern West Virginia Region)
Race Administration - Michelle McColl (Colorado Region)
Registration - Mary Ann Kendall (Blackhawk Valley Region)
Scrutineer - Dave Kettler (Milwaukee Region)
Sound - Jason Briggs (Cincinnati Region)
Starter - Nancy Pratt (Des Moines Valley Region)
Steward - Barb Knox (Cal Club Region)
Timing and Scoring - Aimee Hubiak and Betsy Banner (Milwaukee Region)
A list of all previous Worker of the Year winners is available at www.scca.com. Award winners were recognized at the Worker of the Year party at the 2010 SCCA National Championship Runoffs presented by Subway at Road America, with 28 National Championship races scheduled for Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
-source: sports car club of america