West Seattle Volunteer Recognition: Tell the world!

trophy.jpgWe’re extending the deadline for nominations in the second round of West Seattle Volunteer Recognition – if you can spare a few minutes today or this weekend – the sooner the better – take this chance to tell the world about somebody you think deserves public props for making a difference. The first six West Seattle Volunteer Recognition recipients were honored last July; if your nominee last time wasn’t one of the recipients, please consider nominating them again, since we’re starting from scratch. This time, the Southwest and Delridge District Councils, along with WSB, will honor:

*2 individual volunteers from community/neighborhood-related group efforts
*2 individual volunteers from youth-related efforts
*2 individual volunteers from environment-related efforts
*1 group award

“Volunteer” means unpaid work, done for a nonprofit-type organization, facility, campaign (etc.), primarily serving West Seattle. And when you send your nomination – please remember that what you write is all the judges have to go on, so don’t hold back on describing the great work your nominee has done! The recipients will be honored in front of a big holiday crowd at the West Seattle Community Tree Lighting December 5th. To nominate someone, it’s a quick all-online process, no stamps, no cost – here’s the online form.

1 Reply to "West Seattle Volunteer Recognition: Tell the world!"

  • Desiree Marking November 18, 2009 (8:19 pm)

    I would like to nominate Lashanna Williams. Lashanna is the Pathfinder PTSA VP and spends her 60% or more of her free time volunteering lovingly and never expects anything in return. She is constantly trying to find ways to improve the environment of the school for all children, parents and school staff that are a part of Pathfinder. She puts a lot of time and energy into her children’s school. She is an inspiration and a motivator for all volunteers at the school.

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