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2018 MLK Event
Will be held at the Performing Arts & Event Center on
Monday, January 15, 2018 @ 11:00AM-12:30PM.

 

MLK Food Drive
Saturday, January 13, 2018 from 10AM-2PM
At the following locations:
Fred Meyers, Super Wal-Mart, Walmart (312th St), Grocery Outlet

 

Responsibilities
The Diversity Commission advises the City Council on policy matters involving the community’s cultural and ethnic differences, ensuring that these differences are considered in the decision-making process. Read the Commission’s 2016-2017 Work Plan. It is our aim to help Federal Way in becoming a community which is united amidst diversity, where each individual is respected, equally valued, equally needed and equally cherished. Equality is not sameness, it is equivalent value.

Members            

  • Gregory Baruso, Chair
  • Mahjabin Qureshi, Vice Chair
  • Hiroshi Eto
  • Timi Dettweiler
  • Nichelle Curtis-McQueen
  • Trenise Rogers
  • William Yi
  • Sela Kennedy
  • Thomas Leonard
  • Alternate (position open)

Meetings

 

 

Please take a moment and fill out the Diversity Commissions survey:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/5LR98SP

Contact

Jeff Watson
Community Services Manager
253.835.2650
Email

Jeri-Lynn Clark
Executive Assistant
253.835.2401
Email

Rep. Roger Freeman Memorial Award

**APPLICATIONS ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED **

Roger Freeman’s life embodied a life of unselfishness and kindness especially when it came to the youth of our City and Region.

There are four (4) outstanding characteristics that Mr. Freeman will be remembered for:

  • Justice – Advocating for those that lack the means to help themselves

  • Diversity – Inclusion of all

  • Compassion – Humility and volunteerism; concern for others

  • Integrity – Truthful, honest, and reliable

 

Rep. Roger Freeman Memorial Award Application

► Video on remembering the life of Rep. Roger Freeman