Chambers of commerce to host police appreciation

The Greater Seattle Chinese Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a Seattle Police Appreciation Night with other area ethnic chambers of commerce on Tuesday, Nov. 13, at the New Holly Neighborhood Campus. The chambers will honor 12 police officers chosen from public nominations for their work in the community they serve.

This is the second event, following last year’s successful appreciation night, which attracted more than 120 guests, including City Councilmember Tim Burgess, Police Chief John Diaz, and Seattle Judge Shirley Wilson.

The chambers of commerce are currently accepting nominations. If you know a Seattle police officer who has gone above and beyond the call of duty in protecting citizens and keeping the community safe and would like to share your story, nominations are open until Sept. 25. (end)

To nominate a police officer, contact Lawrence Pang at 206-406-9886 or lawrencepang888@gmail.com.

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