Robert Reasoner was a school superintendent in California for nearly 20 years and promoted STEM education before it was a nationwide objective. Reasoner accepted his Heart of Service award from Chuck Henry, left, for his volunteer work during his 28 years as a Port Ludlow resident. (Brian McLean/Peninsula Daily News)

Robert Reasoner was a school superintendent in California for nearly 20 years and promoted STEM education before it was a nationwide objective. Reasoner accepted his Heart of Service award from Chuck Henry, left, for his volunteer work during his 28 years as a Port Ludlow resident. (Brian McLean/Peninsula Daily News)

Jefferson County volunteers honored with Heart of Service awards

14th annual program recognizes eight individuals

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