ENGLEWOOD — Northmont Band Boosters is proud to announce it selected Teri Davis as its 2015 Doctor Bowers Award recipient and presented her with a plaque in recognition of her contributions on Tuesday, November 17.
Davis was a Booster member from 2007 until 2011 serving as Board Secretary from 2008 until her departure. During her tenure, she headed up such major projects as redesigning and maintaining the band’s website, administering the Booster’s corporate campaign program and coordinating a four-day event hosting 60 German musicians in conjunction with the Englewood Sister City Club. She returned to the program briefly in 2014 while she hosted a German exchange student who played trumpet. During that time, she rejoined the Board serving as Assistant to the Booster President.
Being an active Booster member doesn’t earn you the Doctor Bowers Award, however, as it is given to a community member who no longer has a student member in the band but continues to provide support to the Booster program.
Since leaving the Booster program, Davis has continued to maintain the band’s website, design show shirts, provide other graphic design work and participate on the Booster’s Public Relations Committee helping with press releases and promotions. Additionally, she provides historical reference and background information to the current Board whenever called upon to do so.
The Doctor Bowers Award was named in honor and memory of Dr. Michael Bowers, a local optometrist, who served as Englewood Mayor and was an avid supporter of the band program.
“Northmont Band Boosters would like to again thank Teri Davis for all her continuous support and assistance,” said Linda Kididis, co-chair, Special Events Committee, Northmont Band Boosters.