Jill Severn - LWV-TC Lifetime Citizenship Award

2013-jill_severn.jpgJill has been a journalist, a reporter for the United Nations, Executive Director of the World Affairs Council in Seattle and a speechwriter for two governors.

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Margie Reeves - LWV-TC Lifetime Citizenship Award

margie_reeves.jpgMargie Reeves dedicated more than 60 years advocating on behalf of children and families across Washington State. She worked tirelessly to assure that children have early and sustainable access to safe and nurturing places to live and learn, and that families have the training and assistance they need to raise their children.

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Donna Ewing - LWV-TC Lifetime Citizenship Award

donna_ewing.jpgDonna Ewing helped organize and conduct monthly dinner meetings for the community to cover various aspects of climate change (CC). Calling on professors from our local colleges and author Ross Gelbspan (The Heat is On and later Boiling Point), they joined and collaborated with Climate Solutions on a few of these dinner meetings as well as other educational conferences/workshops; and attended the 1998-99 LWVWA Convention and Council in efforts to identify CC as an Action item for the state. In 2000, Donna found that the Maine LWV was also working on CC. At her instigation, they collaborated to hold a CC Caucus at the LWVUS Convention in Washington DC.

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Margie Reeves Memorial Angel Award

The Thurston Early Childhood Coalition started the Angel Award to recognize community members who have shown remarkable fortitude in their ability to advocate for the well-being of children.

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Margie Reeves honored by Governor

About 70 people joined Margie and her family on Sunday Jan 13, 2013 to celebrate the Proclamation that Governor Gregoire signed recognizing all the amazing work Margie has done for the children in our state.

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