Summer a good time to consider fellow citizens

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Local difference-makers have been singled out for official recognition in Stettler since 1965. It’s a feel good occasion when everyone gets to honour the parties who really deserve it. Speaking of parties the awards banquet is always a good time whether you’re getting an award or not.

The next Awards Banquet is October 27, 2011 at the Stettler Community Hall and nominations in all categories are being accepted now.

Tickets will be available closer to the event date, keep your eyes open for updates you on the coming events calendar.

Here is a list of those who were saluted last year.

– Business of the Year – Lawlor Jewelery

– Small Business Of the Year – Cas Tech Computers

– Learning in the Workplace – Kal Tire Stettler High School

– Customer Service – Pfeiffer’s House of Music Audio Video Ltd.

– Marketing Award – Wares Jewelers Ltd.

– Business Service – Panda Flowers

– Business Community Involvement – Family Chiropractic – Dr. Smith

– Community Service – Stettler & District Handibus

– Female Citizen of The Year – Marg Grandfield

– Male Citizen of The Year – Rob Grandfield

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