Dottie Souter named Woman of the Year
Special to The Union
SACRAMENTO – North State Assemblyman Dan Logue (R-Linda) announced today that he has named Dottie Ray Souter, a prominent Nevada County business and community leader, as Woman of the Year for the 3rd Assembly District.
“Dottie is a pillar of our community. Her outstanding spirit of civic engagement has served as an inspiration to those around her and helped to make Nevada County and the North State a better place. She is well respected for her dedication to local causes and her avid volunteer work, making her a great choice for Woman of the Year,” said Logue.
Mrs. Souter is a member of the Nevada County Association of Realtors and serves on the Board of Directors. She is also a member of the Nevada County Economic Resource Council, working to create jobs and bring economic stability and strength to the area. Currently Dottie is the Club Membership Chair of the Nevada County Republican Women, and has been recently elected Recording Secretary for the Northern Division of California Republican Women Federated.
Dottie is a broker and owner of her own company, Dottie Ray Realty. She has dedicated her free time toward organizations such as the Grass Valley Soroptimist Club and the American Cancer Society among many others. She and her husband Craig currently reside in Grass Valley.
Each year, California State Assembly Members select one woman from their district whose community involvement is deserving of special recognition. The ceremony to honor each Assembly district’s Woman of the Year will take place on Monday, March 8th in the State Assembly Chambers.
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