Do you know someone who works in Edmonds and is an exemplary citizen, making valuable contributions to their work, home, and community?

The Rotary Club of Edmonds seeks to recognize such outstanding employees through the Rick Steves Service Above Self Award, an annual award dedicated to those who make Edmonds a great place to work and live.

Rick StevesThe inspiration for this award is Rick Steves, who models Rotary values through exemplary citizenship in his personal, business, community, and global service to others.

As Rick says, “This Award is not for the employee who works the hardest. It is for recognizing an employee whose commitment to your company and our community – whose mix of service and citizenship – can inspire us all to remember that the integrity we bring to our work and our community is the foundation upon which we build a great place to call home – a place like Edmonds.”

“I’m really excited to have my name on an award that recognizes someone who both works hard for their employer and also uses their passion, talents and care to the betterment of the community,”

Rick Steves

Nominations are now closed.

Rick Steves' Service Above Self Award 2023

 
The Rotary Club of Edmonds aims to recognize outstanding employees in Edmonds who make valuable contributions at work, home, and in our community.

THANK YOU to all who submitted a nomination. 
We are reviewing them now!
Stay-tuned in for the announcement of the winner
and ceremony details!  

Nomination period is CLOSED 
See all the details HERE

Award Winner 2022 Terra Mangum

By: Amie Armstrong
An Edmonds native and nurse with a doctorate in adolescent medicine, Terra has worked for the past decade as a nurse practitioner at Virginia Mason Medicine (formerly Edmonds Family Medicine) just across the street and down the block from her alma mater, Edmonds-Woodway High School. In addition to working at her job, Terra and husband Zack have found their own personal mission, opening their home to adolescents who otherwise would have nowhere to live.
  
Award recipient Terra Mangum with co-worker and nominator
Dr. Soraya Chanyasubkit and Rotarian Amie Armstrong.


Rick Steves honors Terra Mangum.

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