The city of Lynnwood on Nov. 13 presented its annual Excellence Awards. The Citizen Award was given to Monica Thompson, a landscape architect, pictured here with her daughter and City Council President Benjamin Goodwin. (Contributed photo)

The city of Lynnwood on Nov. 13 presented its annual Excellence Awards. The Citizen Award was given to Monica Thompson, a landscape architect, pictured here with her daughter and City Council President Benjamin Goodwin. (Contributed photo)

Lynnwood honors local for Excellence

The city of Lynnwood on Nov. 13 presented its annual Excellence Awards.

The Citizen Award was given to Monica Thompson, a landscape architect who has volunteered her talents in a variety of ways, including as a member of the Parks & Recreation Board.

The Business Award went to Chick-fil-A and its owner Paul Rosser who regularly donate to local causes and programs.

The Employee Award went to computer systems engineer Terence Calhoun for his customer service and willingness to go above and beyond to help co-workers and other city employees.

More information about the awards and nomination process can be found at www.lynnwoodwa.gov/ExcellenceAwards.

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