Edmonds 2014 Citizen of the Year officially honored

Francine “Frannie” Cohen, the 2014 Edmonds Citizen of the Year, was formally introduced Thursday as the 2014 Edmonds Citizen of the Year, presented by the Edmonds Kiwanis Club annually at an Edmonds Chamber of Commerce luncheon.

Cohen was chosen for her extensive community service work — from picking up litter to making afghans for charity — and we captured on video her explanation of why that work is important to her.

Honoring Francine Cohen (center) at the Chamber luncheon, from left: Greg Urban, Edmonds Chamber President and CEO; Mary Lou Kantor. Edmonds Kiwanis member;Cohen's husband Sidney and Ray Ault, Edmonds Kiwanis President.

Honoring Francine Cohen (center) at the Chamber luncheon, from left: Greg Urban, Edmonds Chamber President and CEO; Mary Lou Kantor. Edmonds Kiwanis member;Cohen’s husband Sydney and Ray Ault, Edmonds Kiwanis President.

You can read more about Cohen here and you can also see her during the Edmonds Kind of Fourth of July parade this summer; riding in the parade is an annual tradition for the Citizen of the Year winner.

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  1. Frannie! Of course!!
    Congratulations, Frannie ~ How well deserved.

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