|Puget Sound 2008 SeniorNet Chairman's Award|
SENIORNET LEARNING CENTER OF PUGET SOUND RECOGNIZED
At the regular monthly membership meeting via a telephone conference call from Leslie M. Smith, SeniorNet Board Chairman, Kristin M. Fabos, SeniorNet Executive Director, Phil Carnahan, the Western Regional Consultant and other staff members , SeniorNet awarded an Exemplary Learning Center Award for 2008 to our center. Ken Crandall, President presented this award to our members as we all listened in on the call. Ken recognized the many past leadership teams and thanked all of our past presidents who were present, Helen Hesketh, Adella Granger, Delores Davis and Lois Farris for making this award possible.
The following is from the letter sent by SeniorNet national:
“The field of 130 SeniorNet Learning Centers was highly competitive, but Puget Sound was a Center that exceeded our expectations in every category and is to be commended for its outstanding service, dedication and loyalty to the SeniorNet mission.
The staff and Board of Directors of SeniorNet were especially impressed with the organized and dedicated leadership team at the SeniorNet Learning Center of Puget Sound and its high level of professionalism. Your Center has been nationally recognized for its excellence in marketing and public relations to the greater Seattle community and it shows in your consistently high membership numbers. The criteria used in the selection process included the following:
* The Learning Center’s contributions to SeniorNet
* The Center’s Volunteer base
* Overall Center marketing, strength and growth
* The Learning Center’s website appearance/structure
* Promotion of the SeniorNet brand on the Center’s website and at its physical site
* Responsiveness/collaboration with SeniorNet Headquarters and Regional Coordinators
We are honored to present you with this commemorative plaque as a token of our recognition and gratitude for all of the work that you and your amazing team of volunteers are putting forth at the SeniorNet Learning Center of Puget Sound. Congratulations again, and thank you for all that you do to support the SeniorNet mission.”