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Denny Awards for 2020 honor all Seattle Parks and Recreation volunteers

The Denny Awards, which honor extraordinary volunteer service to Seattle’s parks and recreation system, are normally celebrated once a year in person at a special ceremony. Because 2020 was anything but normal, and because the pandemic continues to require social distancing, Seattle Parks and Recreation is taking a different approach… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Parks and Recreation seeks nominees for 2020 volunteer awards

Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) is seeking nominations for the Denny Awards, an annual event that honors extraordinary volunteer service to the city’s parks and recreation system. The deadline for nominations is Monday, October 19, 2020. The electronic nomination form is available here. A selection will be made for each… [ Keep reading ]

Announcing the Winners of Seattle Parks and Recreation’s 2019 Denny Awards for Outstanding Volunteer Stewardship

Superintendent Jesús Aguirre announced today the winners of Seattle Parks and Recreation’s (SPR) 2019 Denny Awards for Outstanding Volunteer Stewardship. The winners are a cross-section of Seattle’s most creative, dedicated and hard-working volunteers who donate precious time and energy to improving Seattle’s parks and recreation programs. “As our city continues… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Parks and Recreation seeks nominations for annual volunteer awards

Seattle Parks and Recreation is seeking nominations for the Denny Awards, which honors extraordinary volunteer service to the city’s parks and recreation system. The deadline for nominations is Tuesday, October 31, 2017. The awards will be presented at a recognition ceremony to be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Parks and Recreation announces 2016 Denny Award winners

Annual awards recognize outstanding volunteer service Today Superintendent Jesús Aguirre announced the winners of Seattle Parks and Recreation’s 2016 Denny Awards for Outstanding Volunteer Stewardship. The winners are a cross-section of Seattle’s most creative, dedicated and hard-working volunteers who donate precious time and energy to improving Seattle’s parks and recreation… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Parks and Recreation seeks nominations for annual volunteer awards

Seattle Parks and Recreation is seeking nominations for the Denny Awards, which honor extraordinary volunteer service to the city’s parks and recreation system. The deadline for nominations is Sunday, Oct. 30, 2016. The electronic nomination form is available here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/NSCGVXZ The awards will be presented at a recognition ceremony to… [ Keep reading ]

Denny Award Nominations Open

Looking for a way to honor an awesome volunteer in your midst? Do you know a volunteer who has excelled at creating Healthy People, Healthy Environment or Strong Communities? A volunteer who has advanced the work of Race and Social Equity in Seattle? It is time to nominate a volunteer… [ Keep reading ]

About the John C. Little, Sr. Spirit Award

John C. Little, Sr. came to Seattle in 1947 from East St. Louis with his wife, Gertis. He went to work for the Seattle Water Department, but his heart always was in creating a better life for the young people of the community. His motto became, “In order to improve… [ Keep reading ]

Photo album: Denny Awards 2015

On Tuesday, Dec. 1, we hosted the 2015 Denny Awards at the Seattle Museum of Flight to honor this year’s outstanding volunteers. Thank you to everyone who contributed to this wonderful event, and thank you to all of the individuals who donate time to Seattle Parks and Recreation. We could… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Parks and Recreation announces 2015 Denny Award winners

Annual awards recognize outstanding volunteer service Today Superintendent Jesús Aguirre announced the winners of Seattle Parks and Recreation’s 2015 Denny Awards for Outstanding Volunteer Stewardship. The winners are a cross-section of Seattle’s most creative, dedicated and hard-working volunteers who donate precious time and energy to improving Seattle’s parks and recreation… [ Keep reading ]