Behringer-Crawford Museum presented its sixth annual Two-Headed Calf Awards at a March 10 gala at Northern Kentucky University’s Votruba Student Union Ballroom.
The awards, which honor Northern Kentuckians for accomplishments in history, education and community service, are named for the museum’s most notorious exhibit: a preserved two-headed calf. The calf, which celebrates its 100th anniversary at the museum this year, symbolizes that excellence often rests with those who demonstrate achievement beyond a single contribution. Just as two heads are better than one, so is the service of those honored:
- Service to the Community: Generosity and Vision: Normand Demarais, founding partner and chair, TIER1, and Lisa Desmarais, operations director and interim finance director, City of Covington
- Service to History: Scholarship and Public Service: Theodore H.H. Harris, who was unable to attend
- Service to Learning: Academic Excellence and Innovation: Raymond G. Hebert, professor and dean emeritus, Thomas More College
Special recognition: Joe Brennan, president, Northern Kentucky Sports Hall of Fame.
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