Past Community Service Recognition Awards

Since 2015, the Kiwanis Club of Pullman has presented the Kiwanis Community Service Recognition Award to advance and honor community service and volunteerism in the Pullman area. Read about the most recent recipient.

Recipients of the award are outstanding contributors to the well being and environment of Pullman; an exemplary role model for Pullman’s children, men, and women; and show demonstrated commitment to civic matters and the ongoing improvement of our city.

Past recipients of the award

2020 – Tricia Grantham

Tricia Grantham has served our community in many ways since the 1970s. She worked with the Council on Aging beginning in 1979. Her tenure with that organization spanned over the next 27 years. Tricia became involved with the “birth” of the first Home Health organization in Whitman County that same year. Since 2000, Tricia has enjoyed a very meaningful relationship with the Friends of Hospice through membership on the Board of Directors. Tricia became affiliated with Pullman Regional Hospital as a volunteer in 2003. She served as president of the hospital’s Board of Commissioners for 12 years, and currently serves as the board’s vice president.

2019 – Center for Civic Engagement at WSU

2018 – Pat Wright

2017 – Glenn Johnson

2016 – Sandra Woodrow

2015 – Inaugural Community Service Recognition Award – Mike Heston, Pullman fire chief and community volunteer