Imagine Children’s Museum to be awarded 2013 Community Stewardship Award

MONROE — Everett-based Imagine Children’s Museum is set to receive an award today from Snohomish County leaders during the opening ceremonies for the Evergreen State Fair.

County council members and County Executive John Lovick plan to be on hand to present the 2013 Community Stewardship Award to museum executive director Nancy Johnson. The award recognizes the museum’s role fostering civic partnerships and local programs to enrich the lives of children, families and the greater community.

The presentation is scheduled for 2 p.m. at the fairgrounds’ Courtyard Stage.

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