Jordan Boldt has earned the Marshall Award
He is a Washougal resident and Vancouver Farmers Market director
Tuesday, March 19, 2013
A Washougal man has earned a prestigious community award.
Jordan Boldt was honored as the 2013 General George C. Marshall Public Leadership Award recipient. He is the 24th recipient of the annual award that honors the legacy of one-time Vancouver resident General George C. Marshall.
Boldt has been the executive director of the Vancouver Farmers Market since February 2010. He is responsible for managing more than 175 vendors that serve approximately 15,000 people each weekend during the market's eight-month season, which opened for its 24th year on Saturday a Sixth and Esther streets in downtown.
He was nominated by Madeline Delumba and Jim Mains, who commented that Boldt has helped the market thrive and grow.