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LDN taking nominations for 20 Under 40

The LaGrange Daily News is accepting nominations for its fourth annual 20 Under 40 class of LaGrange and Troup County community leaders.

To ensure the most comprehensive list of young leaders is selected for this year’s edition, the newspaper is allowing for community-wide input for the class of 2021, allowing subscribers and community members to nominate their deserving friends, family and co-workers for consideration in this section.

The LDN’s annual 20 Under 40 special section highlights a group of 20 local leaders under the age of 40 who are serving their community in important and influential ways.

 These individuals can server through any number of fields, including business, civic service, religion, education, health and wellness and/or athletics, just to name a few. 

Nominees must primarily conduct business in Troup County, Georgia and be under age 40 as of May 1, 2021.

The deadline for nominations is May 15 and those selected will be notified soon after the nomination deadline. The list of honorees will not be made public until the 20 Under 40 special section is published in July. To nominate someone, visit www.lagrangenews.com/20-under-40. 

Directions for submitting nominations are below:

-You must complete the entire nomination form. 

-Self-nominations are allowed. However, a verifiable reference is required in order for self-nominations to qualify.

-Please include details in your nominations. We suggest avoiding simply saying a nominee is a “good,” “hard-working” or a “kind” person. Make sure to add examples.

Still have questions? Email The LaGrange Daily News editorial staff at news@lagrangenews.com.

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