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Chase Youth Awards 2017-11-17T12:04:10+00:00

Chase Youth Awards

Young people do amazing things every day, whether its leading a community service project, helping a friend or family member in need, overcoming a personal hardship or difficult situation, enriching the lives of others through artistic expression, valuing cultural and/or social diversity, or setting a positive example for others to follow.  Each year, the Chase Youth Commission honors our community’s outstanding youth, teens and an adult who are making a difference in our community or making positive choices through the Chase Youth Awards.  The purpose is to show youth we are proud of their actions and to feature them as community role models.

If you would like to nominate someone who is making a difference in our community, click here for a nomination form.  Nominations due January 19, 2018.

If you have any questions, please contact Susan Lane, Executive Director at (509) 822-7905 or chaseyouthspokane@gmail.com.

2018 Categories:

Arts & Creativity:

Enriching others through imaginative skills and originality in such activities as acting, dance, music, visual arts or writing.

Community Involvement:

Volunteering to meet a need in the community through action, education, advocacy or service.

Compassion:

Putting others before yourself; not only empathizing, but taking action during challenging circumstances to make a difference.

Cultural Awareness:

Valuing cultural and/or social diversity through action, lifestyle awareness or education.

Innovation:

Finding creative or innovative ways to solve a community issue or problem.

Leadership:

Demonstrating the ability to lead others toward a positive goal.

Personal Achievement:

Overcoming obstacles or personal challenges through initiative and determination.

Social Advocacy:

Demonstrating a clear passion for advocating on behalf of others.

Jim Chase Asset Builder Award:

An outstanding adult or group of adults who has gone above and beyond in bettering the lives of youth in our community.

“Not only does the Commission give students vital and practical experience working on service projects, but it gives us the confidence to start and lead projects on our own.”

-Matt

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