Member Awards & Misc. Forms
Honorary Lifetime Membership
This membership cannot be purchased. The purpose of the Honorary Life Membership Program is to recognize for all time, extraordinary contributions by an ABATE of Colorado member for promulgating the ABATE mission. Honorary Life Members are issued a plaque in recognition of their extraordinary contributions, one Honorary Life Member patch, and are listed periodically in an honorary section of the Colorado Spokesman. Their annual membership fee from the date of the award is waived.
There are currently 5 recipients of this prestigious membership award: Mark Buckner, Senator Ben Nighthorse Campbell, Red Brown and Senator Lois Tochtrop.
Follow this link for detailed criteria and submission information.
Jim Bishop Award
This award is named after one of our members who helped ABATE by going above and beyond the normal volunteer work. Jim graciously donated funding to keep ABATE in business after a poor fundraising effort. Any member that is not currently or previously a Board member is eligible for nomination of this award. Candidates must show contributions above and beyond normal service that benefits only ABATE and not the individual. Contributions can be monetary or personal.
2013 JIM BISHOP AWARD RECIPIENTS
BILL AND BELVA SMITH
Volunteer of the Year Award
Any member (including past or present Board members) may be nominated for this award. This award is to reward the member that has taken that extra step in ABATE’s mission. The nominees must be someone that has spent many hours contributing to further ABATE goals in personal service, not monetary.
Recipients of the 2013 Volunteer of the Year Award
Dave and Carolyn Cawley
State Coordinator Terry Howard (R) presents District 1 members Dave and Carolyn Cawley with the Volunteer of the Year award at the January 18, 2014 SBOD Meeting
Bingo and Raffle Rules:
These rules are in place and followed as stated on the Colorado Secretary of States web site: If you are interested in doing a raffle or bingo game, please go to the following link:
Documents and a Power Point Presentation on the "5 Dysfunctions of a District"
Presented by Ron Hall, state president of the Colorado Christian Motorcyclist Association at the March 2006 State Board of Directors meeting. The documents are in Microsoft Word & Power Point Formats.
Absense of Trust
PowerPoint Presentation - Chapter Dysfunction
Understanding and Overcoming the Five Dysfunctions of a Team Answers
Understanding and Overcoming the Five Dysfunctions of a Team Worksheet