Ky. Center for Smoke-free Policy seeks nominations by March 15 for smoke-free advocates to be honored at next conference

The Kentucky Center for Smoke-free Policy is accepting nominations for local smoke-free advocates who deserve to be recognized for their dedication to improving smoke-free policy and secondhand smoke education in Kentucky. Self-nominations are welcome.

The winners will be honored at the 2024 Kentucky Tobacco Control Conference, to be held April 23-24. One of the advocates will be awarded the Dr. David B. Stevens Smoke-free Advocate of the Year Award.

Nominations are due March 15. The nomination form requires a minimum of 500 characters to describe the advocate’s smoke-free work. Also, please remember that the Advocate of the Year Award is intended for individuals and that nominations of groups or organizations will not be considered.

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