ABERDEEN, Wash. - The Aberdeen Revitalization Movement (ARM) is asking for nominations for the 4th Annual Aberdeen Community Leadership Dinner
Jeff Cook with ARM tells us they are seeking nominations of individuals, businesses, and organizations to consider for special recognition at the 4th Annual Aberdeen Community Leadership Dinner on Thursday, October 3rd at 6:00 PM at the Aberdeen Museum of History.
The categories are LIfetime, Education, Youth, Government, Volunteer, Business, and Non-Profit. The Youth nominee has to be high school age or younger.
This is a great opportunity to say thank you to those who have had an impact on Aberdeen!
Please submit your nominations to Jeff Cook at email@example.com by Monday, September 9th. Nominations by email is preferred but you can also mail them to ARM, PO Box 1593, Aberdeen, WA 98520. Please include why you feel your nominee or nominees should be honored.
Lifetime - Leonard and Emily Airhart, Aberdeen Museum of History,
Education - Brad Duffy, Grays Harbor College,
Business - Lora Malakoff, Seniors Sunset Times,
Government - Scott Olsen, City of Aberdeen,
Volunteer - Al Gozart, Young Life,
Youth - Paige Kuhn, Senior at Aberdeen High School,
Non-Profit - United Way of Grays Harbor
Lifetime - Bob Preble,
Education - Kathleen Warner, Principal Stephens Elementary School,
Business - Tom Quigg, Windermere Real Estate,
Government - Larry Bledsoe, City of Aberdeen,
Volunteer - Mary Swarthout, Caring Coaches Foundation,
Youth - Karmen Ayres, Junior at Aberdeen High School,
Non-Profit - Les Bolton and the Historical Seaport
Business - John Yonich,
Community - Val West and PAWS of Grays Harbor,
Government - Lisa Scott, City of Aberdeen,
Non-Profit - Aberdeen Museum of History,
Education - Katie Grimnes, Junior at Aberdeen High School