Milestone: Shipley Center picks Sanders for first Impact Award

  • Wednesday, December 20, 2017 1:30am
  • Life

The Shipley Center’s Board of Directors and First Federal presented Mitzi Sanders, Sequim High School’s Career/College Director and Scholarship Coordinator, with the center’s first Impact Award at the Winter Wishes assembly on Dec. 13.

Sanders was selected for this honor as she has consistently provided a high level of dedication to the graduating Sequim High School Seniors and has made an impact by helping these students achieve their career and college goals, Shipley Center officials said this week.

Shipley Center’s Impact Award was created in partnership with First Federal to honor Sequim School District employees who make a difference by going above and beyond and having a positive impact on the community.

Nominations are now open for staff members working at Helen Haller Elementary School.

For more information, contact Michelle Rhodes at 360-683-6806 or

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