Annual Person of The Year
2018 Successes & Plans for 2019
Magnolia Chamber of Commerce
Dinner celebration of 2018 successes and Person of the Year, Elizabeth Servey, nominated & selected by community vote. Scroll to end to read the nomination that was approved by majority vote.
Thank you to Chinook’s Salmon Bay for hosting!
Member $35 • Non-member $45
Dinner comes with your choice of lemonade, soda, tea or coffee and is served with our freshly baked cannery bread. If you have any special dietary needs or desires, please do not hesitate to ask. You are welcome to run a separate check for anything else you desire.
Garlic Baked Prawns Scampi
Ocean prawns baked with garlic butter and fresh lemon. Served with fresh vegetable and red potatoes.
Silver Salmon Tacos
Blackened and built with salsa mayo, shredded cabbage & topped with a tomatoes and cilantro. Served with chips and salsa.
Alaska Lingcod & Chips
Our award winning tempura make for light and crispy fish and chips, served with our seasoned fries and coleslaw.
Alaska True Cod Caddy Ganty
An Anthony’s Restaurants staple. Marinated in white wine, lightly breaded, topped with a sour cream, fresh dill and red onion sauce and baked golden brown. Served with fresh vegetable and red potatoes.
Chinook’s Chicken Cobb Salad
Chicken, avocado, bacon, tomatoes, egg, and crumble blue cheese. This salad is tossed in our basil vinaigrette.
Our homemade garlic herb cream sauce with zucchini and mushrooms, garnished with diced tomato.
Fresh vegetables and garlic tossed with angel hair pasta in homemade fresh basil marinara sauce.
Silky smooth & topped with a caramelized sugar
crust, served chilled.
Bailey’s Irish Cream Mousse
A velvety mousse made with Bailey’s Irish Cream and chocolate, topped with a house-made whipped cream.
Elizabeth Servey, Person of the Year
She recently rushed to the site of a major car accident on Thorndyke. She administered first aid, stopped the bleeding and stayed with the man until emergency personnel arrived. She was thanked in a letter from the Seattle Fire Department and the American Legion for her heroic actions and selfless service to the community. Elizabeth has also organized and coordinated the Scouts participation in Veteran Administration hospital visits and flag retirement ceremonies with the Ballard Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 3063, of which Elizabeth is also a longtime member. Elizabeth and her husband Brian have been a driving force within Magnolia Boy Scout Troop 80 which meets in Magnolia.