Saundra Cope and Walt Gillette, seen in front of the downtown Everett building, housing Village Theatre, that bears their names. They’ve received the Richard Wendt Award of Excellence for the support of the arts. (Andy Bronson / Herald file)

Saundra Cope and Walt Gillette, seen in front of the downtown Everett building, housing Village Theatre, that bears their names. They’ve received the Richard Wendt Award of Excellence for the support of the arts. (Andy Bronson / Herald file)

Everett couple honored for their ‘deep passion for the arts’

Saundra Cope and Walt Gillette are chosen as 2019 winners of the Richard Wendt Award of Excellence.

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