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Michael Grayum


Five "Puget Sound Champions" to be honored for work to protect and restore Puget Sound

RENTON – Five “Puget Sound Champions” will be honored by the Puget Sound Partnership at a ceremony on Monday, June 11 at noon in the Renton City Hall Council Chambers at 1055 South Grady Way in Renton.

The Puget Sound Partnership is the state agency coordinating the regional effort to fix the health of Puget Sound.

The honorees are participants in the South Central Caucus Group, one of eight sub-regional groups that coordinate and prioritize programs and projects to create and sustain a healthy Puget Sound.

The honorees are King County, Totem OceanTrailer Express (TOTE), Kristin Williamson, the Green Shorelines Steering Committee, and Feet First. An honorary mention will be awarded to Seattle Public Utilities in collaboration with the Environmental Coalition of SouthSeattle.

The awards ceremony will highlight the achievements of the honorees and the ongoing work of the South Central Caucus Group.  Awards will be presented by Gerry O’Keefe, Executive Director of the Puget Sound Partnership, and Martha Kongsgaard, a member of the Partnership’s Leadership Council.


The Puget Sound Partnership is the backbone organization connecting citizens, governments, tribes, scientists and businesses together to set priorities, implement a regional recovery plan, and ensure accountability for results.

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