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Community advocates to be honored

The Readiness to Learn program/Olympic Education Service District (OESD) 114 and Western Washington University Woodring College of Education Human Services program is honoring local community members in a ceremony at 10 a.m. Thursday, May 7 at OESD headquarters in Room 203, located at 105 National Ave., Bremerton.

The ceremony will recognize local programs and "leaders in education and human services who strengthen the Kitsap community." The Readiness to Learn "Hero" nominees are Katherine Adams, OESD 114 Head Start; John Babbo, counselor, Olympic College; Dr. Jackie Baker-Sennett, chair, Human Services and Rehabilitation Department, Woodring College of Education, Western Washington University (WWU); Dustin Booth, South Kitsap School District; Dr. Sandra Cross, WWU; Denise Reyburn, counselor, Olympic College; Dr. Stephanie Salzman, Dean Woodring College of Education, WWU; Theresa Schroeder, coordinator, Kitsap Community Resources Continuum of Care program; Tiffany Skidmore, Green Mountain Elementary School; Russell Steele, CEO, Clearwater Casino; Suquamish Elementary School; Marjorie Trevino, South Kitsap School District; Washington State University Kitsap Extension; and Rachel Wellman, coordinator of Olympic College's Multi Culture Center.

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