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Town issues proclamation naming Blackmon Friday Harbor's Good Will Ambassador

Friday Harbor Town Council and Mayor Raymont Jackson issued a proclamation at the May 19 council meeting declaring Will Blackmon as the Town's Goodwill Ambassador. Blackmon is known for his hard work and great attitude. Last September, one grateful citizen, Kitty Sorgen, surprised him with a handmade quilt in appreciation of his good cheer and warm smile. The quilt is an inspiration quilt, and  references his four children and his deep faith.



WHEREAS, every act of service or kindness can have an impact on the quality of life throughout our community. Just one smile can brighten someone’s day and generate a new outlook on life; and

WHEREAS, Will Blackmon is known throughout Friday Harbor for his kindness, enthusiasm and positive attitude and his uplifting messaging of hope and harmony; and

WHEREAS, his dedication to the community can only be measured by the tremendous gratitude we have for Will’s exceptional service to the Town;

NOW, THEREFORE, I Raymont C. Jackson, by the authority vested in me as Mayor, do hereby take great pleasure in bestowing upon Will the honorary title of

Goodwill Ambassador

in recognition of his outstanding contributions. Thank you for being a dedicated employee and citizen of the Town of Friday Harbor.

Furthermore, I urge all residents to congratulate Will and follow his fine example and become more involved in our community as it makes Friday Harbor a better place.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the Seal of the Town of Friday Harbor to be affixed this 19th day of May 2022.

Raymont C. Jackson, Mayor

1 comment

  • Donna Gaut Tuesday, 07 June 2022 21:31 Comment Link Report

    I'm so proud of the man my son Will has become. I'm so grateful that everyone has discovered what his parents knew all along. Congratulations and continue to be the great person you are. Love always your proud parents Mr. And Mrs. Kerry and Donna Gaut

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