Matthew Mills, left, receives the 2015 Key Peninsula Citizen of the Year award from Key Peninsula Lions Club president Hal Wolverton at the KP Civic Center in Vaughn on Saturday. Mills, a leader of Boy Scout Troop 220 and longtime Peninsula School District teacher, continues his family’s generations-long tradition of public service.
Matthew Mills, left, receives the 2015 Key Peninsula Citizen of the Year award from Key Peninsula Lions Club president Hal Wolverton at the KP Civic Center in Vaughn on Saturday. Mills, a leader of Boy Scout Troop 220 and longtime Peninsula School District teacher, continues his family’s generations-long tradition of public service. Hugh McMillan Special to the Gateway
Matthew Mills, left, receives the 2015 Key Peninsula Citizen of the Year award from Key Peninsula Lions Club president Hal Wolverton at the KP Civic Center in Vaughn on Saturday. Mills, a leader of Boy Scout Troop 220 and longtime Peninsula School District teacher, continues his family’s generations-long tradition of public service. Hugh McMillan Special to the Gateway