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Nicholas pillar of community

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P>Many times we hear of individuals who are considered a "pillar of

the community." Al Nicholas fits such a description.

He's been a volunteer fireman, served on the Civil Service

Commission, and served as a city council member for many years. As well, he

has been an active member of Snoqualmie United Methodist Church and

his Masonic Lodge, personal commitments that speak volumes about Al.

Dedication and integrity come to mind when I think of Al. For

nearly 30 of the 35 years he has lived in Snoqualmie, Al Nicholas has given

his time, talents and energy to making Snoqualmie a better place for all of

us. I have personally benefited from his help and good advice, as have

many others I know.

Supporting Al through these accomplishments is the best life

partner anyone could have ... thank you Lois, and thank you Al!

Colleen M. Johnson

Snoqualmie City Council member

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