The keynote speaker at the 36th Annual Key Peninsula Citizen of the Year Award banquet scheduled for March 25 was to be long-time Lions Club member, all-around KP booster and raconteur Hugh McMillan, who died unexpectedly Feb. 10.
McMillan will be honored for his service to the community and to the country during the banquet.
Peninsula School District Superintendent Krestin Bahr will step in as speaker. She became superintendent in August 2021.
Bahr graduated from Pacific Lutheran University 37 years ago and spent more than a decade as a science teacher with the Tacoma School District, where she taught AP biology, physics and chemistry. Following her first administrative job as assistant principal of a middle school she went on to serve as a middle school principal. She completed her superintendent certification in 2011. She was superintendent at Eatonville and served as president of the Washington Association of School Administrators.
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