During a Feb 27 luncheon ceremony held in The Olympian newspaper’s community room, Dana and Randy Day posthumously accepted the 2016 Housing and Homeless Hero Award in honor of their daughter, Stephanie Day, who passed away Sept. 13, 2016. She was honored for her work in a number of programs for Community Youth Services and along with for Rosie’s Place and the Young Adult Housing Program.
During a Feb 27 luncheon ceremony held in The Olympian newspaper’s community room, Dana and Randy Day posthumously accepted the 2016 Housing and Homeless Hero Award in honor of their daughter, Stephanie Day, who passed away Sept. 13, 2016. She was honored for her work in a number of programs for Community Youth Services and along with for Rosie’s Place and the Young Adult Housing Program. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com
During a Feb 27 luncheon ceremony held in The Olympian newspaper’s community room, Dana and Randy Day posthumously accepted the 2016 Housing and Homeless Hero Award in honor of their daughter, Stephanie Day, who passed away Sept. 13, 2016. She was honored for her work in a number of programs for Community Youth Services and along with for Rosie’s Place and the Young Adult Housing Program. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com

Stephanie Day receives posthumous Housing and Homeless Hero Award

February 27, 2017 6:03 PM

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