Public radio station seeks community nominations
July 17, 2012 · Updated 1:56 PM
Independent public radio station KSER invites its audience to nominate individuals, organizations or businesses that have made a difference for the 2012 Voice of the Community Award.
The annual KSER Voice of the Community Award recognizes local voices that speak up about community or cultural concerns with positive results for the residents of Snohomish or Island counties.
Nominations are being accepted for the following three award categories: Community impact by an individual or organization, community impact by a business, cultural impact by an individual or organization.
For more information, eligibility guidelines and nominating forms, visit www.kser.org. Nominations will be accepted through July 31.
Award recipients and finalists will be announced at the KSER Voice of the Community Award Celebration 7 p.m. Nov. 10. The ticketed event will be held at the Weyerhaeuser room, top floor of Everett Station, 3201 Smith Ave., Everett, and will feature live music and a dessert buffet.
The 2011 KSER Voice of the Community Award winners were Dr. David Beyer for community impact for his work as president of Everett Community College and Joe Mclalwain for cultural impact as executive director for the Edmonds Center for the Arts.
KSER 90.7 FM is an independent public radio station in Everett, providing the north Puget Sound with local news, information and a wide range of cultural, educational and music programs. As a forum for diverse voices and views in Snohomish and Island counties, KSER is proud to sponsor the annual Voice of the Community Award. For more information, go to www.kser.org.