PHOTOS: Scenes From Burien’s Awards Dinner & Silent Auction

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Burien’s Community Center was hopping on Friday night as it played host to the Discover Burien annual dinner and silent auction and the presentation of Citizen’s Awards by the City of Burien.

Besides raising operating funds for Discover Burien and recognizing outstanding members of the community, the event also served as an 18th anniversary celebration for the City of Burien. The city was officially formed on February 28, 1993 becoming Washington’s 269th city.

The event was sponsored by Jim Coleman, DDS and Waste Management.

Attendees enjoyed dinner and drinks provided by the following local businesses:

Here are a few photos from the event. You can click individual images to view them larger.

The silent auction was a popular draw with bids coming in right up until the last moment.

BTB’s own Scott Schaefer acted as master of ceremonies for tonight’s dinner and auction.

Mauricio Ayon from Para Los Niños shared information about this grassroots community organization.

Debra George with her mother after receiving the Business Leader award.

Maggie Larrick and Eric Dickman, driving force behind Burien Little Theatre, received the Community Leader award.

Michael Stein-Ross received the Education Leader award.

The Community Center’s Seahurst Banquet Room was full for the night’s festivities.

Brooks Stanfield (shown here with his family) received the Environmental Leader award from Burien Mayor Joan McGilton (at left).

Holly Moore and Mark Minium were crowned Queen & King of Burien and will reign until next year’s dinner.

Kevin Fitz (center) received the Robby Award along with mementos from his days delivering papers from the Highline Times’s Ken & Tim Robinson.

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2 Responses to “PHOTOS: Scenes From Burien’s Awards Dinner & Silent Auction”
  1. Patti Gifford says:

    What a fantastic event! Everything was perfect, food, people and the awards.
    Someone, however, accidentally went home with my long black coat. The coat that was left was along black coat had gloves with fur trim in the pockets. Please contact Debra George so she can exchange coats.

  2. jan says:

    I hope Patti found her coat!

    I’ve been to all the awards dinners since the 10th Anniversary Party at the Elks Club! I’ve been to Godschalks, to the Yoga studio and now the community center. In my opinion this one was just the best. The food was great, the room was great…..and Scott did a good job of keeping the evening moving right along! Congrats DB on a fine party.

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