Island Spirit Posthumously Awarded To Amanda LaBrecque Friends & family gather at Flying Harpoon 2 to honor Amanda’s life

Island Spirit Posthumously Awarded To Amanda LaBrecque Friends & family gather at Flying Harpoon 2 to honor Amanda’s life
The Coastal Alabama Business Chamber and Beachball Properties posthumously presented the January Island Spirit Award to Amanda LaBrecque, who tragically passed away last year. A crowd gathered at The Flying Harpoon 2 in Orange Beach to honor Amanda’s life as the award was presented to her mother Tammy Noud. The $100 prize money was donated in Amanda’s name to the Alabama Coastal Foundation, represented at the event by Executive Director Mark Berte. Amanda’s nomination had this to say about her, “I didn’t know her well, but Amanda always left a great impression on me when I frequented her places of employment. She always greeted me with a hug and kept everyone entertained with her stories and one-liners. I have Parkinson’s and sometimes would order take-out. Amanda would recognize when I was having a bad day and would help me to the car with my food. Through her family and friends I have learned she was even more amazing than I knew, a lover of the surrounding beaches and sea turtles. If there were ever a worthy recipient for the Island Spirit Award, I think Amanda is it.” The award is designed to give recognition to individuals who make special contributions to the quality of life we enjoy in the Coastal Alabama region. More info: islandspiritaward.com.

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