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Kirkland Cultural Arts Commission accepting nominations for CACHET Award

The Kirkland Cultural Arts Commission is seeking nominations for the 2014 CACHET Awards. Sue Contreras accepted a CACHET Award from Major Joan McBride in 2013 for her efforts in fundraising for the restoration of the Capt. Anderson Ferry Clock and for her volunteer support of Summerfest. - Reporter file photo
The Kirkland Cultural Arts Commission is seeking nominations for the 2014 CACHET Awards. Sue Contreras accepted a CACHET Award from Major Joan McBride in 2013 for her efforts in fundraising for the restoration of the Capt. Anderson Ferry Clock and for her volunteer support of Summerfest.
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The Kirkland Cultural Arts Commission is seeking nominations for the Kirkland Collaboration of Arts, Culture, Heritage, Education and Theatre or CACHET Award by 12 p.m. on Feb. 14. The CACHET Award recognizes a business, organization or individual who exemplifies the spirit of CACHET by fostering a vibrant arts, culture, and/or heritage community in Kirkland.

Nomination forms are available at Kirkland City Hall, 123 5th Ave.; the Kirkland Public Library, 308 Kirkland Ave.; or the Kirkland Chamber of Commerce, 328 Parkplace Center. Digital copies can be downloaded at www.kirklandwa.gov or requested by emailing kirklandcachet@gmail.com. Completed nomination forms can be emailed to phoshko@kirklandwa.gov or mailed to city of Kirkland, Attn: CACHET Award c/o Philly Hoshko, 123 5th Ave., Kirkland, WA 98033.

Kirkland Mayor Amy Walen, and the Cultural Arts Commission will reveal recipients during the awards ceremony on April 2 at the Kirkland Performance Center. The event is open to the public and free of charge.

Nominations will be pre-screened by the Kirkland CACHET committee made up of members of the Kirkland Cultural Arts Commission and volunteers. Final award recipients will be selected by the Kirkland Cultural Arts Commission and Walen.

CACHET is a subcommittee of the Kirkland Cultural Arts Commission. For more information see the Kirkland Cultural Arts Commission web page or contact Ellen Miller-Wolfe, Economic Development manager, city of Kirkland, at 425-587-3014 or emwolfe@kirklandwa.gov.

 

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