Sequim chamber’s 2017 Citizen of Year event set; nominations sought

The Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce hosts an annual “Citizen of the Year” luncheon each February to reveal which Sequim citizen has been awarded the distinction for the previous year.

This year’s event is scheduled for Feb. 27.

The nomination period for this award is now open through the end of business on Jan. 31.

Nomination forms are available at the Sequim Visitor & Information Center, 1192 E. Washington Street or online at www.sequimchamber.com.

Nominations are accepted for any person, or pair of people who have worked jointly in community projects, and who are residents of Eastern Clallam County (primarily the Sequim School District); and has performed outstanding service to the community of Sequim.

Contact the Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce for more information; call 360-683-6197 or email to info@sequimchamber.com.

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