Trevor Faucett, a relationship manager and vice president with Northwest Farm Credit Services in Arlington, has been selected to participate in Class 39 of the AgForestry Leadership Program – a premier leadership development program for those who work in the natural resource industries and related services in Washington State. The 18-month program includes in-state, national and international seminars.
Sound Publishing begins to include Connect2Classes links
Sound Publishing websites, including the Daily Herald and the Herald Business Journal, will now include links to Connect2Classes. This online class marketplace allows local businesses, schools and other class providers to list their offerings in one easy-to-use place for anyone seeking education, recreation or enrichment. Begin exploring over 10,000 courses offered at: www.connect2classes.com.
Register for Aerospace Alliance lunch forum with Aero Law Group
The Pacific Northwest Aerospace Alliance will present a lunch forum with the Aero Law Group at 11 a.m. Jan. 17 at 11120 NE Second St., No. 100, Bellevue. Learn how commercial and corporate jets are bought, sold, leased and financed and how Washington tax laws impact the industry. Details and registration are here.
Parks worker named Edmonds Employee of the Year
Senior parks maintenance worker Debra Dill has been voted the City of Edmonds 2016 Employee of the Year by her colleagues. The award was announced by Mayor Dave Earling at the City’s annual Holiday Brunch on Dec. 6 at City Hall. Dill works as a senior parks maintenance worker/horticulturist in the City’s Parks, Recreation & Cultural Services Department.