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The Enumclaw Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual Thanks-For-Giving dinner Thursday evening and, as usual, highlighted some of the people and groups who donate so much time and energy to their community. Winners were the Logging Legacy Foundation for the Organization Award; Phil and Louise Poppleton for the Pioneer Award; and Linda Wise for Individual Citizen. Also nominated in the citizen category were Marshall Gutierrez and Evie Robertson. At top, all winners gather for a group photo; above left, Fred Fleischmann accepts on behalf of the Logging Legacy Foundation; above right, Louise Poppleton thanks the crowd while her husband accepts his award from the chamber’s Kim Peterson. -      Photos by Kevin Hanson To view and buy photos go to www.courierherald.com
The Enumclaw Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual Thanks-For-Giving dinner Thursday evening and, as usual, highlighted some of the people and groups who donate so much time and energy to their community. Winners were the Logging Legacy Foundation for the Organization Award; Phil and Louise Poppleton for the Pioneer Award; and Linda Wise for Individual Citizen. Also nominated in the citizen category were Marshall Gutierrez and Evie Robertson. At top, all winners gather for a group photo; above left, Fred Fleischmann accepts on behalf of the Logging Legacy Foundation; above right, Louise Poppleton thanks the crowd while her husband accepts his award from the chamber’s Kim Peterson.
— image credit: Photos by Kevin Hanson To view and buy photos go to www.courierherald.com

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