Nominations are open for American Legion Life Changer award

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

American Legion Post 227 is seeking nominations for their 2014 Life Changer award.
  • The 2012 award was won by Lea Coats, who helped save a troubled young family from breaking up.
  • The 2013 award was won by Bill Briggs, Sr., who helped many physically-disabled youth to attend free summer camps. 

  • Has a person made life better for you, or for your organization, or even for your entire community? He/she might be a friend, teacher, a parent, a doctor, a pastor or anyone. This is your chance to thank that person by nominating him/her for an American Legion Life Changer Award.
  • To make a nomination, write up to 300 words describing how the nominee made life better.   Include the full name, address and phone number of the nominee, as well as your full name, address and phone number.  Then, before May 1, 2014, email the nomination to this email address.
If you don’t have email, send the nomination to American Legion Post 227, PO Box 55193, Shoreline, WA 98155.
  • The Life Changer award is sponsored by the Starr Sutherland Jr. Post 227 of the American Legion and post members will select the winner. The winner will receive a framed certificate plus a $200 gift certificate for dining at the enchanting Sky City restaurant atop the Seattle Space Needle.
  • Any questions about the awards program can be directed to the above email address. This is your opportunity to get recognition for someone who has truly made life better for you or for your organization or even for your entire community.
We hope that YOU can help us find the next winner. The Legion wants to cast a wide net to make sure that all worthy nominees have an opportunity to win the award.


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