Center for Human Services presents awards at annual fundraiser

Thursday, March 27, 2014

The Grace Cole Award for
Outstanding Volunteer of the Year
was given to Nick Anderson

Center for Human Services (CHS) held its annual dinner auction March 22nd at the Lynnwood Convention Center. With approximately 300 people in attendance funds were raised to support uncompensated services provided through CHS’s family counseling; substance abuse prevention, intervention, and treatment; or family support programs.

The Dorrit Pealy Award for Outstanding Support of CHS
by individuals went to
Hannah Bachelder (left) and Kim Karmil

The evening also featured the presentation of the Dorrit Pealy Awards for Outstanding Support of CHS and the Community, and the Grace Cole Award for the Volunteer of the Year. The Pealy Award for an Organization went to the Edmonds School District. The Pealy Award for an Individual went to Kim Karmil and Hannah Bachelder. The Grace Cole Volunteer of the Year Award was presented to Nick Anderson.

The Dorrit Pealy award for outstanding support by an organization
was given to the Edmonds School District
and accepted by Edmonds School Board Directors
Kory DeMun (left) and Diana White

Center for Human Services is a community-based nonprofit youth and family services agency that has been a resource to children, youth, adults and families since 1970. The agency is headquartered in Shoreline, on 15th NE.


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