Congratulations to all the 2022  Chase Youth Awards winners!

Arts & Creativity
Theo Goodwin – Sacajawea Middle School
Molly Wisor – Lewis & Clark High School

Community Service
Tyler Cashmere – Libby Center
Girl Scouts Troop 2102 Juniors – Mullan Road
Melody Barker & Natalie Olinger – Sacajawea Middle School & Ferris High School
Abby Fleury – North Central High School
Ronald McDonald House Charities Teen Board

Kenadie Hunt – Arcadia Elementary School
Girl Scouts Troop 2537 Cadettes – Hallett Elementary School
Esme Andruss – Sacajawea Middle School
Jorja Jensen – Freeman High School
Isaac Foundation Sibling Spotlight

Cultural Awareness
Tevita Fakasiieki – Lewis & Clark High School
Ferris High School Hispanic Honor Society

Joshua Sauders – Sacajawea Middle School
Sacajawea 8th Grade Advanced Robotics
Karsten Olson – Lewis & Clark High School
Rogers High School AFJROTC CyberPatriot Team

Kennedy Knopp – Greenacres Elementary School
Girl Scouts Troop 1809 – Hamblen Elementary & Spokane Int’l Academy
Will Merritt – Lewis & Clark High School
Freeman High School ASB

Personal Achievement
Alexandra Aden – Finch Elementary School
Tyler Dullanty – Chase Middle School
Brasin Benjamin – Lewis & Clark High School
Freeman High School Girls Basketball Team

Social Advocacy
Parker Gass – Freeman Elementary School
Girl Scouts Troop 3327 Juniors – St. Aloysius Catholic School
Alexis Schallock – North Central High School

Judges Choice Individual 
Ephraim Watkins – Gonzaga Prep

Judges Choice Group
On Track Academy Tree Heroes

Youth Commissioners Choice
Jordan Embree – East Valley High School

James E. Chase Adult Award
Adam Gangelhoff – Shaw Middle School

“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.”