2010 Annual Awards Winners

 

Best Overall Program

Population Between 50,000-100,000: Suffolk, Virginia

Population Between 100,001 - 500,000: Greater Fort Lauderdale Sister Cities International

Population Greater than 500,000: Fort Worth Sister Cities International

Innovation

Arts and Culture

  • Population Less than 100,000: Houston-Leipzig Sister City Association
  • Population Greater than 500,000: Spokane Sister Cities Association
Sustainable Development
  • Population Greater than 500,000: Chicago Sister Cities International
Sustainable Development– Energy
  • Population Less than 100,000: Sarasota Sister Cities Association, Inc.
  • Population between 100,001 - 500,000: International Relations Council of Riverside, Inc.

Humanitarian Assistance

  • Population Greater than 500,000: Fort Worth Sister Cities International

Youth and Education

  • Population Less than 100,000: Sister City Association of Prescott
  • Population between 100,001 - 500,000: Fort Lauderdale Sister Cities International
  • Population Greater than 500,000: Chicago Sister Cities International
  • Population Greater than 500,000: Seattle-Gdynia Sister City Association

Volunteer of the Year

Carol Seidberg, Phoenix Sister Cities  

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