Bothell American Legion Post seeks applicants for emergency personnel of the year honor

The Bothell American Legion Post is requesting applicants for its annual Law Enforcement Officer of the Year, Firefighter of the Year, EMT, and Humanitarian and Lifesaving award.

  • Friday, October 16, 2015 3:51pm
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The Bothell American Legion Post is requesting applicants for its annual Law Enforcement Officer of the Year, Firefighter of the Year, EMT, and Humanitarian and Lifesaving award. The post serves veterans from Kirkland to Mill Creek and Kenmore to Woodinville. These awards will be presented at the post’s annual first responder banquet in February.

If a resident is aware of a first responder that should be recognized, contact the post at bothellalpost127@outlook.com. Nominations need to be received by the first week of December. The persons honored will be submitted to the Department of Washington for the state award.

Last year the post honored Dt. Mike Stone of the Bothell Police Department and Kelly Melton of the Bothell Fire Department.

 

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