Federal Way Mayor & City Council
In recognition and appreciation for hard work and dedication to the residents of the City of Federal Way, Washington during the historic 2015 legislative session.
Senator Fain was named "Best Public Official" in the 2014 Covington / Maple Valley Reporter reader's poll. Finalists included Black Diamond City Councilmember Andy Williamson, Covington Mayor Margaret Harto, and Maple Valley City Councilmember Victoria Jonas.
State Sen. Joe Fain (R-Auburn, 47th District) received the Bill Kyle Memorial Award for his elected service at the Auburn Area Chamber of Commerce's fifth annual Recognition of Service dinner Wednesday at the Muckleshoot Casino.
"Sen. Fain has been a strong advocate for the Auburn-area business community. We are happy to bestow this award on such a well-deserving legislator."
- Nancy Wyatt, Auburn Area Chamber CEO
Senator Fain was recognized at the Kent Area PTA Awards Ceremony with the Spirit of Community Award for his dedicated service to the students and families within the Kent School District.
Fain has been a strong advocate for education funding and reform in the state legislature, as well as volunteering and supporting local levy elections for Kent Schools.
Senator Joe Fain and State Representative Dave Upthegrove both received recognition as Government Employees of the Year by the Kent Chamber of Commerce. Each legislator has gone above and beyond in working to help small businesses in Kent grow and thrive during their term in office. The two were presented their award at the annual Kent Chamber Gala at the Showare Center.
Mt. Rainier High School girls head coach, Joe Fain, was awarded the WISCA state Coach of the Year award during the 2002 State 3A championships at the King County Aquatic Center.
The Coach of the Year Award is voted on by fellow Washington State swim coaches. Fain is the second year coach of the Mt. Rainier program, as well as the coach of the Hazen High School boys program.