The Northshore School District Wall of Honor program is proud to announce that Kelcie Urstad, a Woodinville High School senior, is this year’s Wall of Honor Community Service/Humanitarian Scholarship recipient. Urstad was one of 78 applicants for the Wall of Honor’s third annual presentation.
The Woodinville Chamber was pleased to honor Audrey Huddleston, a student at Cascadia College, at their April monthly business luncheon. Rosemary Sutton, vice president for Student Learning and Success, chose Audrey as she “has been a true leader within the Cascadia Activities Board, creating inclusive and engaging events for students while consistently maintaining academic excellence. She is responsible, hardworking and has become someone other students can rely on. No matter the task or challenge Audrey is there to help and provide support.” With thanks to Alexa’s Café & Catering for sponsoring Audrey.
John Dunn, MD, chair of immunizations, assistant medical director of preventive care and board-certified pediatrician at Group Health Cooperative, has been named a CDC Childhood Immunization Champion for his outstanding efforts to promote childhood immunizations in Washington state. Throughout his career, Dr. Dunn has supported immunization in his pediatric practice at Group Health and across the state. He promotes universal immunization to state political leaders, conducts research on vaccine hesitancy at Vax Northwest, and is a leader for various state-wide initiatives, including the Washington Vaccine Association and the Vaccine Advisory Committee.