United Way of Clallam County hosted its annual awards ceremony on May 6 at 7 Cedars Resort’s Club 7.
In addition to celebrating a successful fundraising campaign where more than $1.4 million was raised, 15 donors, partners, community leaders, outgoing board members and sponsors were honored for “their efforts and strong support in promoting a healthy and safe community for all,” United Way representatives said.
2021 awardees included:
• Hayley Sharpe, owner of MOSS
• Nicole Goettling, owner of Bibity Bobity Child Care
• Jason and Rose Thompson, owners of Fog Town Coffee
• Peninsula Behavioral Health
• Cynthia Martin, founder of Parenting Matters Foundation
• In honor of William Hardman for his legacy gift to United Way of Clallam County.
• 7 Cedars Casino of the Jamestown S’Klallam tribe
• Mel Melmed, a public health nurse
• Donna Pacheco, Senior Marketing Coordinator at Olympic Medical Center
• The North Olympic Library System
• Tami Rose at Wilder Auto
• Outgoing board member Ray Chirayath
• Outgoing board member, Dave Neupert
• Tyler Johnson, for his year of service as President of the board
• Steve Methner for his volunteer leadership
About United Way of Clallam County
Since 1952 years, the United Way of Clallam County has “advanced the common good by partnering with local nonprofits whose work focuses on education, financial stability and health; which are the building blocks for a good quality of life,” the organization said.
For more information about United Way, visit unitedwayclallam.org.