Anaheim is seeking nominees for its annual Youth for the Year awards. Nominees should be teen-agers who have been outstanding in their dedication to community involvement.
Three high school students will be chosen among those nominated by teachers, community leaders or others in the city. The winner will receive $400, and the two runners-up will receive $100.
Nominated students will be interviewed in late January, and the awards will be presented Feb. 6 at the Youth in Government Day luncheon.
Applications for nominees are due Jan. 11 and are available at high schools in the Anaheim Union High School District and the city parks, recreation and community services department.