MCHF Gives Out Compassion Awards

Mid-Columbia Health Foundation gave out its Tradition of Compassion awards on Thursday evening.  David Neitling received the Outstanding Philanthropist award for his work on the Riverfront Trail, dedication to Habitat for Humanity, and donations to the tennis court resurfacing project at Sorosis Park.  Carol Roderick was named Outstanding Volunteer for her work with North Wasco County School District 21 and the National Guard.  Outstanding Philanthropic Corporation went to Hire Electric for donated services to local veterans and support of community events.  And Mid-Columbia Community Action was named Outstanding Community Service Organization for its work connecting people in need with services to make their lives better.

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