The Give Good awards foundation of Snoqualmie Valley announce this year’s nominees

February 9, 2013

By Staff

The GIVE GOOD Awards Foundation of Snoqualmie Valley released its 2013 nominees Feb. 8, announcing the names of 34 community members and one entire school body who represent the foundation’s mission of “Recognizing and celebrating those that inspire others,” according to a press release.

Following are the categories and the nominees:

ARTS: Sue Korol, Aria Vickers, Nick Mardon, Michelle Dutton

BUSINESS: DMW Martial Arts, Down to Earth Photography, Boxley’s Place, Carnation Farmers Market

COURAGE: Peggy Fursman (Posthumously), PJ Duvall

EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE: Nancy Baker, MSHS TEALS Team – JuanPablo Jofre, Steve Hollasch, Charles Parker, Hani Khoshdel-Nikhoo

YOUTH ADVOCATE: Curtis Lily

PARENT VOLUNTEER: Cathy Renner, Lori Hollasch, Deanna Pleasants Haverfield

INSPIRATIONAL YOUTH: Noah Riffe, Snoqualmie Valley Middle School Student Body, Keenan Fagan

TEEN SPIRIT: Caleb Salmon, Amber Boyce, Conner Skylstad

UNSUNG HERO: Richard Terbrueggen, Nancy White, Sandy Mount, Jan Van Liew, Julie Blaskovich

SPIRIT OF THE VALLEY: Bev Jorgensen, Donna Padilla, Kelly Stokesbary

Recognizing inspirational people and highlighting the hard work invested into making our community a great place to live, “the GIVE GOOD awards aim to celebrate the everyday heroes, outstanding citizens, youth, businesses, and organizations with a red carpet event that will be held on March 1, 2013 at 6:30 PM at Church on the Ridge in Snoqualmie, WA”, says Angela Craig, president of the GIVE GOOD foundation.

Along with recognizing the magnificent moments of the awardees’ achievements that will inspire others to get involved, the GIVE GOOD awards plan to highlight local charities, local school programs, and other fantastic community organizations during the red carpet event.

Learn more at www.givgood.org or www.facebook.com/www.givgood.org.

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