Public invited to free Best of Federal Way 2015 event Wednesday

The public is invited to celebrate the Best of Federal Way during the Mirror’s 17th annual event, which runs from 5-8 p.m. on Wednesday, March 11 at the Federal Way Community Center.

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Best of 2015

The public is invited to celebrate the Best of Federal Way during the Mirror’s 17th annual event, which runs from 5-8 p.m. on Wednesday, March 11 at the Federal Way Community Center.

The Mirror asked community members who is the best at what they do in Federal Way. Residents voted in several categories, including best service, best nightlife, best shopping, best food, best living, best city leader and more.

During the event, the Mirror will unveil all of the winners. In addition, staff will present three “Stories of the Year” awards to people in Federal Way who have inspired the community. For the first time, the Mirror will also recognize all of its Citizens of the Month in 2014 and announce a Citizen of the Year.

The free event will include free food from local restaurants, door prizes and an awards ceremony from 7-8 p.m.

The community center is located at 876 S. 333rd St. For more information about the Best of Federal Way 2015 event, call 253-925-5565.

 

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