Morning Keynote Speaker Dr. Wendy Sue Swanson presents.
Attendees browse community resources.
Gail Buquicchio presents in the Creating a MOVE MORE Culture breakout session.
Panelists George Kosovich, Deb Osborne, Sarah Olson, and Carrie Parker present in the Building a Healthier Community to Support Health and Wellness breakout session.
Megan Ellison and Adam Pazder, both from Swedish Edmonds, present in the Healthy Food Choices breakout session.
Carl Zapora, Superintendent of the Verdant Health Commission, speaks during the lunch keynote.
George Kosovich, Assistant Superintendent of the Verdant Health Commission, speaks during the lunch keynote.
The Outstanding Community Advocate Award was presented to Bill Keppler (who was unable to attend) and Steve Pennington (3rd from left) of the Edmonds Community College Foundation’s Boots to Books and Beyond Campaign.
Because Outstanding Community Advocate Award recipient Bill Keppler was unable to attend due to illness, this group photo was taken to send him well wishes.
The Innovative Program Award was given to the Edmonds School District Move 60 Recess Remodel, presented to Carin Chase (2nd from left, then left to right), Jenni McCloughan, and Jennie Hershey.
The Service to Our Community Award was presented to Bob Crabtree (3rd from left) of the Road Back to Life and Jane Nakagawa on behalf of the Puget Sound Kidney Centers Foundation.
The Community Collaboration Award was given to Snohomish County Fire District 1, represented by Capt. Shaughn Maxwell (3rd from left) and the City of Lynnwood Fire Department, represented by Mayor Nicola Smith (2nd from left).
Attendees between breakout sessions.
Panelists from Scriber Lake High School and Mountlake Terrace High School present during the Building Resiliency in Teens breakout session.
Dr. Vicky Breckwich Vazquez presents during the Achieving Health Equity breakout session
The afternoon keynote panel featured speakers Carl Zapora (of the Verdant Health Commission), students Karmen and Becca, Jenni McCloughan (of the Edmonds School District) and Dave Young (of Vivacity and Premera).