Tomorrow: Celebrate volunteers during Hi-Yu Concert in the Park

That’s our photo from last year’s West Seattle Hi-Yu Concert in the Park, featuring not only the fabulous West Seattle Big Band but also the official celebration of the first West Seattle Volunteer Recognition Award winners (WSB July 2009 coverage here). Another group was honored during the West Seattle Junction Tree Lighting last holiday season (WSB December 2009 coverage here), and now the third group of honorees will be celebrated tomorrow night, when it’s Hi-Yu Concert in the Park time again! BYO chairs/blankets to the east lawn at Hiawatha Community Center for great WSBB music and a chance to cheer/applaud superstar volunteers who help keep our community humming. If you missed the announcement last Thursday night, here’s the latest honoree list again:

Community award – Dennis Ross, longtime activist/advocate in the Admiral neighborhood

Youth award – Arthea and Ronda Barber, volunteers at Highland Park Elementary School

Environment award – Scott Blackstock, volunteer caretaker for Roxhill Bog/Park

Group award – Furry Faces Foundation, animal advocates and providers of compassionate assistance for animals’ human companions

The West Seattle Volunteer Recognition Awards are sponsored by the Delridge and Southwest District Councils and WSB, with nominations by YOU; nominees are reviewed, and winners chosen, by a group of reps from the district councils. Join us all at Hiawatha tomorrow night, 7 pm (the concert, as always, is free).

2 Replies to "Tomorrow: Celebrate volunteers during Hi-Yu Concert in the Park"

  • furryfaces July 19, 2010 (6:36 pm)

    To our Wonderful West Seattle Community,
    Thank you for selecting Furry Faces Foundation as the 2010 Summer West Seattle Volunteer Recognition Group. We were postively stunned, humbled and you put huge smiles in our hearts. ;0)

    Hope to see many of you at tomorrow nights’ event.

    The F3 Gang

  • Highland Park Parent July 20, 2010 (9:01 am)

    The two wonderful women that won for their many many years of volunteering at my son’s school are well deserving. Can’t wait to see them get their awards!

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