2021 Crimson Fork Award
By FORK, Posted on January 15, 2021
The Crimson FORK was created to be an annual expression of FORK’s gratitude for the non-monetary contributions of an individual, organization, or business to mitigate childhood food insecurity across central and eastern Vilas County.
“To clarify, success is seldom achieved in a vacuum, as we do not accomplish anything on our own,” offered Scott Foster, Vice President of FORK. “It is imperative that each of us take the time to recognize those who helped us to achieve our success,” he continued. “It was unanimously clear to our board of directors, that FORK would not be where it is today without the support of the Vilas County News-Review.”
“We are honored to be recognized for the efforts of the News-Review team in telling the FORK story to our readers throughout the past year,” said Kurt Krueger, Publisher of the Vilas County News-Review. “Children from food insecure homes deserve the hand up given them by FORK and the other local nutrition support programs.”
Going forward, the Crimson FORK will be awarded each January. Individuals, organizations, or businesses who push back against childhood food insecurity are eligible to be recognized. Nominations for the Crimson FORK will be accepted for 2021 in December of this year.