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Lincoln City Community Days award winners

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Lincoln City Community Days celebrated the following award winners Saturday at its annual banquet at Chinook Winds Casino Resort with Mayor Dick Anderson and Miss Oregon, Taylor Ballard, presiding:

Business of the Year – Black Squid Beer House

Sponsor: Lincoln City Chamber of Commerce

Chamber Ambassador of the Year – Lorraine Gilbert

Sponsor: Lincoln City Chamber of Commerce

 Driftwood Library Foundation Award – Kathleen Holt

Sponsor: Driftwood Library Foundation

 Outstanding Youth – Lydia Prins

Sponsor: Business for Excellence in Youth

Spirit of Ed – Douglas (Doug) Bradstreet (Prehistoric Rocks Fossils Minerals) 

Sponsor: BAMA

The Angels Award – Monika & Fritz Hauck (Sears Stores)

Sponsor: Angels Anonymous

Kip A.Ward: for ideas both harebrained and glorious – Ethan Granberg and Danelle Lochrie (OLDELINE Lanes & Kitchen)

Sponsor: Oregon Coast TODAY

Lake Steward Award – Julie Sexton

Sponsor: Devils Lake Water Improvement

Community Involvement Award – Lewis Smith

Sponsor: KBCH AM 1400

Tiger Educator of the Year – Taft Elementary: Angie Kay & Oceanlake Elementary:Patty Dodson

Sponsor: Oceanlake, Taft Elementary, Taft 7-12

 Siletz Tribal Arts and Heritage Society Award – Roger Robertson

Sponsor: STAHS

Service Above Self Award – Service Above Self – Barbe Jenkins-Gibson & Rotarian of the Year – Estle Harlan

Sponsor: Rotary Club of Lincoln City

Arts Benefactors of the Year Award – Rudy & Marilyn Salci

Sponsor: Lincoln City Cultural Center

 Person of Note Award 2018 – Martha Payne

Sponsor: Siletz Bay Music Festival

Community Lifetime Achievement Award – Diane Kusz

Sponsor: Mo’s Restaurant

The Mayors Award – Kip Ward and Gary Ellingson (awards were accepted by their wives, Katrica Hansen and Alberta Ellingson)

 Sponsor: Mayor Dick Anderson

Couple of the Year Award – Commissioner – Jim & Diane Kusz

Sponsor: Lincoln County Commissioner Claire Hall

Man of the Year Award – Patrick Alexander

Sponsor: Community Days Committee

Woman of the Year Award – Joyce Sage

Sponsor: Community Days Committee

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