Is there someone in your organization or corporation who strives to promote diversity and stomp out racism? Recognize his or her efforts in a nomination for the 2011 class of the YWCA Academy of Diversity Achievers. The YWCA is looking for people dedicated to the cause of promoting equality in the local community, as well as the world, to join the ranks of the Academy and embody the mission of the YWCA. To be considered for nomination, individuals must hold one or more of the following qualities: participates in programs which spread diversity, supports women's rights and leadership opportunities, holds fast to the spirit of peace, justice, freedom and dignity, and, of course, fights for the end of racism.The membership to the 2011 class of the YWCA Academy of Diversity Achievers will be awarded at the YWCA's Day of Commitment luncheon, on Thursday, April 28, at the Holiday Inn in Liverpool. To nominate, contact the YWCA Syracuse and Onondaga County by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 424-0040, or find a form online at ywca-syracuse.org. Nomination forms must be completed by Feb. 11.Limestone Art & Framing Gallery is moving in February from 207 Brooklea Drive, Fayetteville, to 105 Brooklea Drive, between Pascale Restaurant and Chloe's Closet. Visit the gallery before the move to check out the works of Jim Ridlon and Darrul Furtkamp, as well as take advantage of Limestone Art & Framing Gallery's moving sale. A large selection of limited and signed edition custom framed works are at 40 percent off. For more information, call 632-4445.