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On Oct. 18, second-annual Women in Leadership and Management Awards given out at Abernethy Center

SUBMITTED PHOTO - Clackamas Fire Chief Fred Charlton, chair of the North Clackamas Chamber board, gives a lifetime achievement award to Vickie Edwards, as Chamber CEO Laura Edmonds looks on. SUBMITTED PHOTO - Clackamas Fire Chief Fred Charlton, chair of the North Clackamas Chamber board, gives a lifetime achievement award to Alice Norris, as Shelly Parini and Chamber CEO Laura Edmonds look on. On Oct. 18, the North Clackamas Chamber held its second-annual Women in Leadership and Management Awards (WILMA) luncheon at the Abernethy Center in Oregon City.

Over 230 guests came together to honor eight women for their accomplishments as mentors and leaders to encourage and inspire others to excel in their own roles.

Nominated by peers, co-workers and friends, these women shared their stories about how hard work, dedication and volunteerism has had a meaningful impact on so many lives.

The winners recognized were:

Lifetime Achievement: Vickie Edwards, retired resident of Willamette View

Lifetime Achievement: Alice Norris, Rediscover the Falls chair

Large Business: Selene Andreasen, Willamette View

Small Business: Aniekan Anyang, Courtyard by Marriott Clackamas

Manufacturing: Julie Walter, Blount International

Entrepreneur: Christi Houser, Country Financial

Public Servant: Mary Raethke, Clackamas County

Not for Profit: Joanne Petrie, One to Another

WILMA is an annual awards celebration to recognize women who live, work and volunteer in Clackamas County for their outstanding accomplishments. If you want to learn more about this program or the chamber's Women in Leadership and Management Academy beginning in January, call 503-654-7777.

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