10th Annual Adeline Garcia Community Service Awards Luncheon
Honoring community leaders for their dedication to the health of Native communities
In Adeline Garcia's memory, the Seattle Indian Health Board started the annual Adeline Garcia Community Service Awards, where leaders in the region are recognized for the contribution toward Native issues in the community.
Adeline (Haida, Double Fin Killer Whale Clan) was a pioneer in urban Indian social causes and was a co-founding member of the American Indian Women's Service League. She was the president and a board member of the Seattle Indian Health Board, and we are proud to honor her legacy and commitment to Native people.
Stay tuned for the announcement of candidates, ticket, and sponsorship information in January 2019.
For questions or inquiries, contact Debbie Nerocker, event coordinator, at email@example.com or (206) 324-9360 (ext. 1145).