Sydney Pegg, Christina Gilley and Amanda McLeod were named Employees of the Quarter by Keep it Local Snoqualmie Valley.
Keep It Local is a nonprofit networking group of Snoqualmie Valley business owners that encourages local investment. Their quarterly contest asks employers and managers to nominate outstanding employees who go above and beyond. Winners are selected by Keep It Local members and each takes home a certificate and $250 reward.
Pegg works at Little University of Dreams and was nominated by April Littlejohn.
Gilley works at William Grassie Wine Estates and was nominated by Katie Linder.
McLeod works at Cascade Enrichment and was nominated by Pamela Savagaonkar.
Keep It Local will begin accepting nominations for next quarter’s contest soon. Nominations are open to all businesses in the Snoqualmie Valley, including Snoqualmie Pass. You can submit a nomination at keepitlocalsnovalley.com