From left, 2018 Westcott Award Recipient Deborah Weaver, City of Sequim mayor Dennis Smith and Emily Westcott. Photo courtesy of City of Sequim

From left, 2018 Westcott Award Recipient Deborah Weaver, City of Sequim mayor Dennis Smith and Emily Westcott. Photo courtesy of City of Sequim

Milestone: Weaver honored with City of Sequim’s 2018 Westcott Award

  • Wednesday, November 27, 2019 1:30am
  • Life

City of Sequim presented the sixth-annual “Westcott Award” to Deborah Weaver for her 2018 service as a Volunteer in Police Service at the City Volunteer Appreciation Dinner on Nov. 20.

Weaver joined the program in 2016 and in 2018 volunteered 418 hours with the police department. Her work included: signing up new members of the Project Lifesaver program and conducting monthly battery checks; event assistance at the Irrigation Festival, Lavender Weekend and Boys & Girls Club fundraiser; signing up new businesses and providing support for the Business Watch program, and offering front desk assistance at the police department.

“Deb has a delightful sense of humor and goes above-and-beyond in her support of officers and the public; she’s a true patriot and promoter of Sequim,” Tiffany Banning, Executive Assistant to the Police Chief, said.

The Westcott Award was named for Emily Westcott, in recognition of her commitment to volunteer service within the community.

Westcott received the first award in 2014.

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