Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce to hand out service awards Sunday
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The finalists will be honored and winners announced at a brunch at Fort Worden Commons.
Tickets to the brunch are $25 each, with event sponsorships available.
Nominated for 2013 Citizen of the Year are Heather Dudley Nolette, Co-Lab co-founder; Le Hornbeck, president of the Rotary Club of Port Townsend; Bill James, past president and vice president of Rotary Club of Port Townsend and member of the Olympic Community Action Programs board; and Ian Keith, Port Townsend Library advisory board member and community volunteer.
The three finalists for the Tim Caldwell Business Leader of the Year Award are Michael Haberpointer of Active Life and Physical Therapy, Sport Townsend’s Susan Jacob and Finnriver Farm co-owner Crystie Kisler.
The three finalists for the Young Professional of the Year award are Life in Harmony owner Annalisa Barelli, Jefferson County YMCA Director Erica Delma and Chauncey Tudhope-Locklear, who manages the ReCyclery.
For information or reservations to the brunch, phone Laura Brackenridge at 360-385-7869.
Last modified: January 23. 2014 5:57PM