Lake Oswego Rotary Club names 2019 SASEE Award Winners
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The announcement of the ten SASEE award winners for 2019 was made in the Lake Oswego Review on February 7, 2019. Read the article at this link.
Lake Oswego Rotary Club will once again honor those who demonstrate “service above self” in education
The Lake Oswego Rotary Club has recently kicked off the third annual SASEE Awards nomination proces,s as described in the Lake Oswego review. “Nominations are now being accepted for the Lake Oswego Rotary Club’s third-annual Service Above Self: Educational Excellence Awards, which are designed to honor individuals in the education community who “give more to life than they take from it. That’s how Rotarian Eric Allenbaugh describes the mission of the SASEE program, which he started in 2016 with co-chair Malcolm Mathes.” Read the September 16, 2018 article in the Lake Oswego Review by following this link.
Students, Educators and Members of the Community were honored at the Second Annual SASEE Awards Dinner and Banquet on February 28, 2018. Follow the link here to learn more about the awardees and the event from the Lake Oswego Review article published on March 08, 2020.
“It is very gratifying to learn how much your work is appreciated and to hear from others about the impact that something you have done has had on them or their children,” says Deanne Crone Knipple in this Citizen’s View, published in the Lake Oswego Review.
“Your support will ensure our ability to recognize these outstanding individuals while providing scholarships and financial support to the schools and projects they lead” To read the Citizen’s View by Dr. Heather Beck published on November 16, 2017, click here.
In this citizen’s view in the Lake Oswego Review, David Riback provides a wonderful example of the impact that one teacher can make on a person’s life by being willing to go the extra mile for a student – by embodying the idea of “service above self”. Read the full article here.