Kim Shumway is honored Sept. 24 by Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring as the city’s Volunteer of the Month. (Contributed photo)

Kim Shumway is honored Sept. 24 by Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring as the city’s Volunteer of the Month. (Contributed photo)

Concessions and cookies: Volunteer honored by Marysville

Kim Shumway was honored Sept. 24 by Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring as the city’s Volunteer of the Month.

Shumway is the concessions manager for the Red Curtain Arts Center, where she volunteers up to 50 hours per month managing concessions inventory, staffing events and pouring wine and beer. Revenue from concessions is critical to the nonprofit Red Curtain Foundation for the Arts’ operations.

She also is a leader with the local Girl Scouts where she has a lead role in managing regional cookie sales.

Red Curtain’s business manager Beckye Randall and executive director Scott Randall nominated Shumway for the award.

“Kim is trustworthy, dedicated and gracious to our patrons and her fellow volunteers,” Beckye Randall wrote.

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