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Chamber seeks nominations for SK Man and Woman of the Year

The Port Orchard Chamber of Commerce is calling for nominations for the 2009 Man and Woman of the Year, continuing a tradition of recognizing outstanding community members that began in 1963.

Since that time, 73 men and women have received this honor for their commitment to the South Kitsap Community.

The successful candidates will have donated many hours of service to the organization of their choice for the betterment of the South Kitsap community.

The nominee does not have to be a chamber member or be associated with a business organization.

He or she can be active in a church or synagogue, a youth organization, a not-for profit organization, fraternal, educational or political organization.

Last year’s honorees were Al Mahaney, president of Fathoms o’Fun Festival, and Teri Goodwin, volunteer and co-owner of Cruisen’ Car Wash.

A complete list of past Man and Woman of the Year Recipients and information on our 2008 recipients can be found on the chamber’s Web site, www.portorchard.com.

Nomination forms are available on the site, and can be submitted online.

Written submissions should contain the nominee’s name, address, phone number and e-mail address and a list of their volunteer, professional and/or educational accomplishments and affiliations, along with two paragraphs about why the person deserves the honor, to SK Man & Woman of the Year Committee, Port Orchard Chamber of Commerce,1014 Bay St. Suite 8, Port Orchard, WA. 98366.

Nominations are due by Sept. 4, and the awards will be made at the Port Orchard Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Fundraiser and Installation Banquet on Sept. 26.

For more information, call (360) 876-3505.

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