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Recognizing Amanda Zamara

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Celebrating Parent Recognition Month — February 2022

Recognizing Amanda Zamara, Snohomish County Mom of Two


In Washington state, the month of February is celebrated as Parent Recognition Month by Seattle’s Child magazine and the Washington State Department of Children, Youth and Families (DCYF) under proclamation of Governor Jay Inslee.

Each year, twenty-eight parents and caregivers across the state are recognized for the outstanding role they play in their families, schools and communities.

Join us in celebrating Amanda Zamara, a 2022 Unsung Hero and Snohomish County mom, who lives in Marysville with her husband Mitch and their two children Archer (age 5) and Aurelia (age 3)!

Amanda was recognized as a “super mom” who also gives back to her community as a volunteer Helping Parent and as a member of the Special Education Parent Advisory Council at her son’s school. She has participated in a University of Washington workshop designing autism-friendly libraries and recently advocated for families of children with disabilities during a round table discussion organized by U.S. Congressman Rick Larsen.

Read more on the Seattle’s Child website at

Congratulations to Amanda Zamara!

 Unsung Hero 2022 Amanda Zamara Marysville



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