Soroptimist of Bremerton honors award recipients

Soroptimist International of Greater Bremerton Area will present three awards to local women making a difference in the Greater Bremerton community at a ceremony May 28 at 5:30 p.m. at Ambrosia Catering in East Bremerton.

The Women’s Opportunity Award is a cash award that helps women complete their education. This year’s winner will use the cash award to complete her associate’s degree at Olympic College. Her goal is to become a certified medical assistant. The winner will be announced at the event.

The Violet Richard Award is a monetary award given to a young woman who is active in community service and to her charity of choice. Awardee Tucker Anderson, 14 years old, has volunteered with the Bremerton Foodline since she was 5 years old and has designated the Bremerton Foodline as her charity of choice.

The Ruby Award honors a woman who has made a difference for women and girls in her local community. Rosie Ludlow is a co-founder of Scarlet Road, a nonprofit organization that serves survivors of sexual exploitation in Kitsap County.

For information on these awards, the ceremony, or Soroptimist International of Greater Bremerton Area, please visit, email, or call club President Jessica Guidry at 360-930-2193.


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