Advancing Leadership Executive Director Lawrence Garrett accepted the Community Impact Award on behalf of the business at the Greater Federal Way Chamber of Commerce’s gala at Highline College on Saturday, Nov. 12. Courtesy of Greater Federal Way Chamber of Commerce

Greater Federal Way Chamber of Commerce honors three businesses at annual gala

  • Tuesday, November 15, 2016 3:32pm
  • Business

The Greater Federal Way Chamber recognized three businesses with impact awards as part of its annual gala on Saturday, Nov. 12. Award recipients include: Red Canoe Credit Union, which received the Business Impact Award, Advancing Leadership, which received the Community Impact Award, and Virginia Mason Medical Center, which received the Regional Impact Award.

Krista Christensen accepted the Regional Impact Award on behalf of Virginia Mason Medical Center at the Greater Federal Way Chamber of Commerce’s gala at Highline College on Saturday, Nov. 12. Courtesy of Greater Federal Way Chamber of Commerce

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