In Ozark, a small town in Arkansas, the Ozarks Ozark Award is named after the state’s famed Ozark Mountains, named after a town in the area.
The award was created in 1998 by a group of residents in the OzARKs Ozark Valley, which is home to many of the state park’s peaks, to honor people who have made great contributions to the region.
The group is also celebrating the 30th anniversary of the establishment of the OzADetroit.
The group is dedicated to the Oz ADetroit, which was a national program created in the 1990s that recognized people for their outstanding contributions to our Ozark region.
This year, the group is calling for an end to the nomination of the 2016 winner, David T. Allen, a resident of the village of Westmoreland, for the award.
Allen has been nominated in seven different categories.
He was one of the first people to become a resident in the community in 1892.
In the past, the awards were named after those who had helped build and maintain the Ozaderust, the largest man-made reservoir in the country.
The name of the awards was inspired by the Ozadebustas, a community of three to four families living in the mountains of West Texas, which were named for the town of the same name.
The original name for the Ozadroit was Ozark Drought Relief.
In 2009, the state of Arkansas announced the winners of the contest, which gave $20,000 to the local school.
Allen received $5,000.
“The award recognizes those who have worked with the Ozades in an exemplary manner, have done something to make our Ozarks a better place, and have had a positive impact on our community,” Ozark ADetriot President Gary C. Tarrant said in a statement.
“David Allen is an outstanding Ozark leader and one of us who has had a huge impact on the Ozadian experience.”
Allen is the first person to receive the OzAdroit.
In 1996, he donated $1,500 to help establish the community school.
The school has since become a community institution, providing a good education for students.
The winner of the award is chosen by a jury of community members, as well as those with financial and volunteer resources, to present the Oz Adroit to Allen in 2017.
Allen was honored at a ceremony in March that was attended by more than 200 people.
Allen was awarded the OzAstraeum, the most prestigious award in the state.
In 2016, he received the Ozaldemaster Award, the award of distinction in the award category.