Dinner With Friends

Beginning in the fall, members from each local Club started working with a staff mentor to prepare for Youth of the Year, a program that recognizes and seeks to celebrate those members who embrace & embody the characteristics of leadership and service, academic success, and healthy lifestyles. Staff mentors help each Club Member with essay writing, as well as interviewing and public speaking skills, to showcase their achievements and development. Participants are presented with many opportunities to practice and hone their skills, in front of their peers, the public, and a panel of selected community judges. Being named Youth of the Year is the highest honor a Club Member can achieve. Candidates can earn scholarship funds and are presented with opportunities to meet and make connections with prominent key individuals in their prospective fields.

Each Club holds their own Dinner with Friends event where their Club’s Youth of the Year will be named, as well as several awards to Club members, highlighting their achievements.

Secure your spot today for your particular club and celebrate with us as we look back and recognize all the great moments of 2023 that brought about Academic Success, Healthy Lifestyles, and Good Character & Leadership. 


Anacortes – November 8th

 

Andrew Flores, Fidalgo Island Executive Director
ANACORTES CLUB & DISCOVERY CENTER

360-419-3723 x13


Burlington – November 9th

Brian Gustafson, Site Coordinator
LUCILLE UMBARGER

360-770-7571

Cat Malcom, Site Coordinator
ALLEN ELEMENTARY

360-391-7570


Concrete – November 13th

Diane Bergsma, Club Director
CONCRETE ELEMENTARY

360-419-3723 x47


Mount Vernon – November 20th

Angela, Freeberg, VP of OperationsSkagit Valley
MOUNT VERNON CLUB

360-419-3723 x31


Sedro-Woolley – November 28th

Christina Trader, VP of OperationsMountain & Sound
SEDRO-WOOLLEY CLUB

(360) 419-3723 x43