Monroe Veterans Memorial Team Receives Honors

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Monroe Veterans Memorial Team Receives Honors

By Chris Hendrickson
Photo by Chris Hendrickson Back row: Monroe Historical Society President Tami Kinney, Tonia Boyle, American Legion Chaplain Boyd Booze, Dottie Simoni and American Legion member Jerry Taylor. Front row: Monroe Historical Society trustee Chris Bee, American Legion First Vice Commander Russ Dean, Boy Scout Sam Thomas, Republic Services Director Joe Casalini, Dan Thomas and Boy Scouts Troop 53 leader Anne Singleton.

Photo by Chris Hendrickson Back row: Monroe Historical Society President Tami Kinney, Tonia Boyle, American Legion Chaplain Boyd Booze, Dottie Simoni and American Legion member Jerry Taylor. Front row: Monroe Historical Society trustee Chris Bee, American Legion First Vice Commander Russ Dean, Boy Scout Sam Thomas, Republic Services Director Joe Casalini, Dan Thomas and Boy Scouts Troop 53 leader Anne Singleton.

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Monroe’s American Legion Arthur Kincaid Post No. 58, the Monroe Historical Society, Park Place Middle School and Boy Scout Troop 53 have been identified as recipients of the 2016 Community Stewardship Award, an annual honor presented by the Snohomish County Council and Republic Services.

All four organizations were honored in a joint resolution read during the Snohomish County Council meeting on Wednesday, Aug. 17, at the Snohomish County administration building in Everett.

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