Two-Headed Calf Award Winners Announced
The Behringer-Crawford Museum announced the four recipients of its annual Two-Headed Calf Awards.
The honors recognize outstanding service to the community.
Covington attorney Dennis Williams will receive the Kenneth and Eileen Harper Special Recognition Award.
Judi Gerding, president of Covington-based Point/Arc will receive the Service to the Community: Generosity and Vision Award.
Historic preservationist Victor J. Canfield will be given the Service to History: Scholarship and Public Service Award.
Kenton County Commissioner Jon Draud will receive the Service to Learning: Academic Excellence and Innovation Award.
The awards are named for the Covington museum's most notorious exhibit: a preserved, two-headed calf, which celebrated its 103rd anniversary this year. For the purposes of the awards, it represents that some people demonstrate achievement beyond a single contribution.
The Two-Headed Calf Awards will be presented with a dinner and gala on Thursday, March 21, at 6 p.m. at Northern Kentucky University's Votruba Student Union Ballroom.
Tickets are $100 each or $800 for a table of eight. For reservations, call 859.491.4003 or email Executive Director Laurie Risch at [email protected] by March 8.